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Mindy E. Goldman

Oncology Program, UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. Yet menopausal complaints are common and often more severe in cancer survivors than in the general population. Dr. Goldman is a member of the NCCN Survivorship Panel, serving as

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Kathryn J. Ruddy, Lindsey Sangaralingham, Rachel A. Freedman, Sarah S. Mougalian, Heather Neuman, Caprice Greenberg, Ahmedin Jemal, Narjust Duma, Tufia C. Haddad, Valerie Lemaine, Karthik Ghosh, Tina J. Hieken, Katie Hunt, Celine Vachon, Cary P. Gross and Nilay D. Shah

Breast cancer survivors who have residual breast tissue are recommended to undergo mammographic surveillance annually. ASCO, the American Cancer Society (ACS), and NCCN recommend annual mammograms beginning at 1 year after the mammogram that led

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Presenter : Javid J. Moslehi

cause of death in cancer survivors is heart disease,” Dr. Moslehi said. A very large study of >10,000 cancer survivors and 1,014 siblings showed that over time more survivors developed congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, and

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Ashish Rai, Xuesong Han, Zhiyuan Zheng, K. Robin Yabroff and Ahmedin Jemal

population. 14 We analyzed nationally representative longitudinal data to identify factors associated with cancer survivors' satisfaction with healthcare provider communication and examined the associations between different levels of satisfaction and short

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Jennifer A. Ligibel

A ccumulating evidence suggests that exercise, long known to be a fundamental part of general health maintenance, may have additional benefits for breast cancer survivors. Observational evidence suggests that women who exercise after breast cancer

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Guadalupe R. Palos, Katherine Gilmore, Patricia Chapman, Weiqi Bi, Paula Lewis-Patterson and Alma Maria Rodriguez

breast cancer survivors. Our objective was to assess the referral patterns for mammograms in 2 breast clinics: survivorship (SC) and oncology (OC). Methods: A retrospective analysis of institutional databases was conducted to identify a convenience

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Michelle E. Melisko and Joseph B. Narus

sexual activity. However, she admitted, there is a lack of clear-cut data in support of one of these options over another, particularly in breast cancer survivors. Topical prescriptions and the nonestrogen selective estrogen receptor modulator

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Harold J. Burstein

A recent report from the American Cancer Society estimates that 13.7 million cancer survivors are currently living in the United States and that 21% of these—about 2.9 million women—are breast cancer survivors. 1 The number of breast cancer

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J. Matt McCrary, David Goldstein, Terry Trinh, Hannah C. Timmins, Tiffany Li, Jasmine Menant, Michael Friedlander, Craig R. Lewis, Mark Hertzberg, Siobhan O’Neill, Tracy King, Annmarie Bosco, Michelle Harrison and Susanna B. Park

Background There are now millions of cancer survivors worldwide, 1 with this increasing population requiring appropriate strategies and interventions to support quality of life and function and minimize long-term adverse effects of cancer and its

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Pamala A. Pawloski, Gabriela Vazquez-Benitez, Jeanette Y. Ziegenfuss, Terese A. DeFor and Elisabeth M. Seburg

chemotherapy was reported for only 6% of patients and was associated with age, stage, and site. Six month mortality was 13.3%. Conclusions: Factors associated with the receipt of treatment among older cancer survivors are similar to those in the general