A cancer diagnosis can increase the risk of infertility in young women. Although a healthy diet is linked to improved fertility and cancer survivorship, more than 90% of young adult cancer survivors do not meet the dietary recommendations. A new study explored how to change this. Read More ›

Drinking alcohol increases the risk of at least 7 types of cancers, can make cancer treatments less effective, and may increase the chances of cancer returning. But results from a new study suggest that this information may not be getting through. Read More ›

Nurse-led survivorship care programs may improve the health and resiliency of caregivers of patients with advanced head and neck cancer, according to data from a recently published randomized controlled trial. Read More ›

Peer-to-peer (PTP) support is an important aspect of nonprofessional patient care that improves cancer-specific quality of life. However, PTP research is sorely lacking, with very few randomized controlled trials being conducted in this space, as well as a lack of standardized quality parameters for what constitutes successful and efficient PTP support, according to newly published research. Read More ›

A new study has found that partners of colorectal cancer survivors experienced long-term financial toxicity that was associated with worse health-related quality of life due to systems- and individual-level behavioral factors. Read More ›

Columbus, OH—Intentional modifications to diet are being investigated as a strategy to reduce chronic cancer-related fatigue, according to new data published in the journal Nutrition & Cancer by researchers with The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Read More ›

The number of cancer survivors continues to increase in the United States, which can be attributed to a growing and aging population, as well as recent advances in diagnosis and treatment. Read More ›

Hot flashes, fatigue, back and joint pain, and anxiety are some of the symptoms and concerns frequently reported by early-stage breast cancer survivors, according to results from a study of 98 women with low-risk stage I/II estrogen/progesterone-positive, HER2/neu-negative cancers. Read More ›

According to results from a large meta-analysis, breast cancer survivors of child-bearing age are less likely than the general population to get pregnant and face greater risk for certain complications, including preterm labor and cesarean section. Read More ›

Surgery Is a Viable Treatment Option for Patients with Early-Stage Germ Cell Tumors

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