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2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium:
- 2017 Symposium to Feature New Insights for Patient Care After Cancer Treatment
SAN DIEGO – Five studies highlighting notable research on survivorship care will be presented at the 2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium, taking place January 27-28 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego. These select abstracts provide a better understanding of the risks associated with treatment and the late effects of cancer. Read the full release.
- Young Thyroid Cancer Survivors Face Increased Risk of Heart Conditions, Osteoporosis
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – In the United States, thyroid cancer incidence is increasing more rapidly than any other cancer and is commonly diagnosed at a younger age than most adult cancers. Read the full release.
- Nearly Half of Partners of Young Breast Cancer Survivors Experience Anxiety; Underlying Factors Identified
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A new analysis finds that 42% of partners of young breast cancer survivors experience anxiety, even several years after their partner’s cancer diagnosis. Read the full release.
- Three-Quarters of Patients Report Decreased Physical Activity After a Cancer Diagnosis; Contributing Physical and Psychological Factors Identified
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A new survey of patients treated for cancer in 12 hospitals finds that as many as 75% of patients report reducing their physical activity levels following a cancer diagnosis, despite its proven benefits. Read the full release.
- 2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium Press Program to Feature New Research on Exercise, Mental Health, Late Effects of Cancer
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Co-sponsors of the 2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium announced today three abstracts that will be highlighted in the meeting’s official Press Program. Read the full release.
- View a recording of the January 23 presscast, featuring three studies from the 2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium