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Opioid Misuse and Abuse: Risk Assessment and Management in Patients with Cancer Pain

Doralina L. Anghelescu, Jennifer Harman Ehrentraut, and Lane G. Faughnan

/misuse behaviors. Regardless, the currently accepted approach for screening and risk stratification of patients undergoing COT is based on the principle of “universal precautions.” No patients are considered risk-free; treatment with opioid medications, which have

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QIM19-119: Validity of the French-Language Mammography Satisfaction Instrument Evaluating Women’s Satisfaction With an Organized Breast Cancer Screening Program: A Confirmatory Study

Isabelle Bairati, Anne-Sophie Julien, and Jocelyne Chiquette

Background: To evaluate the quality of an organized mammography screening program based on the perception of screened women, we developed and validated the French-language Mammography Satisfaction Instrument (MSI). The study objective was to

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Colorectal Cancer Screening Clinical Practice Guidelines

City of Hope Cancer Center

Colorectal cancer is the third most frequently diagnosed cancer in men and women in the United States. An estimated 104,950 new cases of colon cancer and 40,340 new cases of rectal cancer will occur in the United States in 2005. During the same year, an estimated 56,290 people will die from colon and rectal cancer. Because patients with localized colon cancer have a 90% 5-year survival rate, screening is a critical and particularly effective procedure for colorectal cancer prevention. Screening options include colonoscopy; combined fecal occult blood test (FOBT) and sigmoidoscopy; sigmoidoscopy alone; or double-contrast barium enema.

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Screening Tool Identifies Older Adults With Cancer at Risk for Poor Outcomes

Ryan D. Nipp, Leah L. Thompson, Brandon Temel, Charn-Xin Fuh, Christine Server, Paul S. Kay, Sophia Landay, Daniel E. Lage, Lara Traeger, Erin Scott, Vicki A. Jackson, Nora K. Horick, Joseph A. Greer, Areej El-Jawahri, and Jennifer S. Temel

greater use of healthcare services. To date, most cancer centers have not integrated assessments or screening tools into routine practice to identify older adults at risk of experiencing poor outcomes. Notably, geriatricians have developed geriatric

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Swedish Version of the Distress Thermometer: Validity Evidence in Patients With Colorectal Cancer

Elisabeth Kenne Sarenmalm, Salmir Nasic, Cecilia Håkanson, Joakim Öhlén, Eva Carlsson, Monica E. Pettersson, and Richard Sawatzky

recommends that all patients be routinely screened for distress at appropriate intervals during the cancer trajectory, 6 and the Distress Thermometer (DT) has been shown to be an effective screening tool in identifying distress in patients with cancer. 6 , 7

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Cervical Cancer Screening Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology

Despite a significant decrease in the incidence and mortality of cervical carcinoma in the United States, 10,520 women are expected to develop the disease in 2004, with 3,900 expected deaths. Because cervical cytology screening is the current method for early detection of this neoplasm, the purpose of the NCCN Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines is to provide direction for the evaluation and management of cervical cytology.

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Guidelines for Improving Breast Health Care in Limited Resource Countries: The Breast Health Global Initiative

Benjamin O. Anderson and Robert W. Carlson

. 3. Jemal A Murray T Ward E . Cancer statistics, 2005 . CA Cancer J Clin 2005 ; 55 : 10 – 30 . 4. Vainio H . IARC Handbooks of Cancer Prevention: Breast Cancer Screening . Lyon, France : IARCPress , 2002 . 5. Parkin

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Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology

The key to a continued reduction in mortality from breast cancer is early detection and accurate diagnosis made in a cost-effective manner. These practice guidelines are designed to facilitate clinical decision making on the important issues in screening for breast cancer.

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NCCN Guidelines Updates: Prostate Cancer and Prostate Cancer Early Detection

Peter H. Carroll and James L. Mohler

“There may be a cancer subject that is more controversial than the screening and early detection of prostate cancer, but I don't know what that is,” said Peter H. Carroll, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair, Department of Urology, UCSF Helen Diller

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Outcomes From a Patient-Centered, Interprofessional, Palliative Consult Team in Oncology

Andrea Feldstain, Barry D. Bultz, Janet de Groot, Amane Abdul-Razzak, Leonie Herx, Lyle Galloway, Srini Chary, and Aynharan Sinnarajah

have upcoming appointments at TBCC, they could schedule an appointment at the CCMS weekly half-day clinic. At the clinic, they met with a physician, pharmacist, and psychosocial clinician. All patients had completed screening for distress (SFD) measures