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Pam Baker DeGuzman, Veronica Bernacchi, C. Allen Cupp, B. J. Ferrebee Ghamandi, Ivora D. Hinton, Mark J. Jameson, Debra Lynn Lewandowski and Christi Sheffield

16 participants, the most common issues identified were fatigue (69%), worry (63%), family health issues (56%) and hearing loss (56%). Although only 3 participants identified jaw swelling as an issue, this was the most highly rated area of distress on

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Jennifer A. Ligibel

diagnosis have lower rates of recurrence and death compared with sedentary individuals. A growing number of exercise intervention studies show that increased physical activity after diagnosis leads to improvements in quality of life, fatigue, and body image

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John M. Salsman, Steven M. Grunberg, Jennifer L. Beaumont, Miriam Rogers, Diane Paul, Marla L. Clayman and David Cella

, available online, in this article, at www.JNCCN.org ) Nausea and Vomiting Management Barriers Questionnaire (NVMBQ) were developed using the Fatigue Management Barriers Questionnaire (FMBQ) 16 as a template. Patient-related barriers to communicating about

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David D. Chism

-related AEs (TRAEs) included fatigue, pneumonitis, rash, and dyspnea. Among the 119 cisplatin-ineligible patients in cohort 1 who received atezolizumab in the first-line setting, there was an ORR of 23% (95% CI, 16–31) and a CR of 9%, with durable responses

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Jimmie C. Holland

-report was considered totally invalid,” explained Dr. Holland. To begin to measure subjective symptoms, validated, quantitative tools were developed in the 1970s and 1980s. Scales focused on items such as health-related quality of life, pain, fatigue

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xxxiv xxxiv 008xxxiv 10.6004/jnccn.2010.0110 The Changing Face of Cervical Cancer Screening in the United States Huh Warner K. MD 12 2010 8 8 12 12 1329 1329 1330 1330 0081329 10.6004/jnccn.2010.0100 Studying Cancer-Related Fatigue: Report of

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Philip E. Lammers and Leora Horn

show superiority. The toxicities differed between arms; more grade 3/4 thrombocytopenia (23.3% vs 5.6%), anemia (14.5% vs 2.7%), and fatigue (10.9% vs 5.0%) were seen in the pemetrexed group, whereas more grade 3/4 neutropenia (40.6% vs 25.8%), febrile

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Neel K. Gupta and Charalambos Andreadis

performed. He was asymptomatic, without palpable adenopathy or organomegaly, and was monitored expectantly during the next 5 years, remaining free of symptoms or hematologic abnormalities. By August 2009 he developed mild fatigue, cervical lymphadenopathy

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Emily C. Harrold, Ahmad F. Idris, Niamh M. Keegan, Lynda Corrigan, Min Yuen Teo, Martin O’Donnell, Sean Tee Lim, Eimear Duff, Dearbhaile M. O’Donnell, M. John Kennedy, Sue Sukor, Cliona Grant, David G. Gallagher, Sonya Collier, Tara Kingston, Ann Marie O’Dwyer and Sinead Cuffe

trajectory, with an impact on multiple functional domains and a deleterious effect on overall quality of life. 48 Improving sleep outcomes is significantly related to improvements in quality of life and reduced daytime fatigue. 49 Data also suggest an

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Kerry Schaffer, Narmadha Panneerselvam, Kah Poh Loh, Rachel Herrmann, Ian R. Kleckner, Richard Francis Dunne, Po-Ju Lin, Charles E. Heckler, Nicholas Gerbino, Lauren B. Bruckner, Eugene Storozynsky, Bonnie Ky, Andrea Baran, Supriya Gupta Mohile, Karen Michelle Mustian and Chunkit Fung

intensity as part of routine cancer care. Poor adherence to exercise interventions is a major barrier to achieving the optimal benefits of exercise. 13 – 16 The presence of symptoms related to cancer and its treatments, including fatigue, depression