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A hope-based intervention to address disrupted goal pursuits and quality of life in young adult cancer survivors.

Carla Berg

e22135

A prospective survey of comprehensive score for financial toxicity (COST) in Japanese cancer patients.

Kazunori Honda

e22128

Accuracy of self-reported chemotherapy regimens in young breast cancer survivors.

Kelly C. Gast

e22143

Becoming mothers after cancer: Resilience as a protective factor for prenatal attachment and for negative moods during pregnancy.

Lucia Bonassi

e22156

Cannabis use in hematopoietic transplantation survivors.

Elizabeth Trice Loggers

10084

Communication preferences for breast cancer patients.

Sneha Deepak Phadke

e22121

Development of a digital patient navigation application: Results from subject interviews.

Thomas William LeBlanc

e22146

Distress screening completion experience: Can a robot get the job done?

Tomas Dvorak

e22153

Early nutrition support therapy to improve the nutrition status of head and neck cancer patients accepted concurrent chemoradiotherapy (NSTIP): Interim analysis from a prospective randomized controlled clinical study.

Peng Zhang

TPS10127

Effect of risk communication on anxiety, breast cancer worry and risk perception in women at high risk of breast cancer.

Zhuoer Xie

e22129

Factors associated with delayed diagnosis and treatment in patients with cancer.

Ilker Nihat Okten

e22141

Family medicine providers' perceptions of their ability to provide evidence-based survivorship care.

Maria Alma Rodriguez

e22147

Financial toxicity of cancer care: Defining pathways of decline vs resilience.

Grace L. Smith

e22150

Gender differences and trends in suicide risk among cancer survivors.

Nosayaba Osazuwa-Peters

10087

Health related quality of life following breast reconstruction compared to breast conserving surgery and mastectomy among breast cancer survivors: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Sadaf Zehra

e22119

Mixed methods examination of diverse patients’ experiences with precision oncology.

Lynne I. Wagner

e22148

Nonverbal synchrony as a marker of patient racial attitudes in oncology interactions.

Lauren M. Hamel

e22126

Patient, clinician, and non-patient perceptions of surgical complications in ovarian cancer.

Rudy Sam Suidan

e22159

Patient-clinician communication about nutrition, weight, fitness, and fatigue in cancer care.

Alexandra Katherine Zaleta

e22131

PCPs knowledge and self-efficacy for caring for breast and colon cancer survivors.

Niharika Dixit

10083

Predicting factors of cognitive function, depression and anxiety in hispanic patients with breast cancer.

Oscar Galindo-Vazquez

e22162

Profiling cancer-related needs and the role of physical, practical and psychological difficulties: A latent class analysis approach.

Alessandro Rossi

e22161

Prognostic understanding in acute leukemia: Patient-physician differences.

Sophia Shimer

e22124

Psychological distress in patients with moderate to severe chronic graft-versus-host disease (cGVHD).

Lauren Waldman

e22137

Qualitative study of cancer patients’ advance care planning (ACP) values.

Rajiv Agarwal

e22151

Randomized trial of a text messaging intervention for symptom distress in BCa patients undergoing chemotherapy.

Kuang-Yi Wen

10085

Readability of informed consent forms for cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy: A nationwide survey.

Subha Perni

e22152

Specific needs of non-visceral sarcoma patients: Evidence from an early multidisciplinary intervention.

Pascaline Boudou-Rouquette

e22133

Survey results of US radiation oncology providers' contextual engagement of watch-and-wait beliefs after complete clinical response to chemoradiation in patients with local rectal cancer.

Jehan Yahya

e22120

Sustained long-term benefits of a psycho-educational intervention targeting fear of cancer recurrence in people at high risk of developing another melanoma: A randomised controlled trial.

Mbathio Dieng

10082

The association between caregiver burden, resilience, and self-rated health in a national sample of caregivers of patients with cancer.

Matthew Golub

e22138

The hidden burden of anxiety and depression in ovarian cancer: A prospective longitudinal study from diagnosis.

Penelope M Webb

10081

The impact of pre-cancer (Ca) diagnosis (Dx) psychiatric utilization (PU) on survival in patients with solid organ ca: A population analysis in Ontario, Canada.

Zachary William Abraham Klaassen

e22144

The role of psycho-social distress screening in cancer care.

N Mullai

e22122

The value of breast cancer survivorship care plans: Results from a community survey.

Stephanie L. Graff

e22125

Time perception as a novel ultra-short screening tool for distress in cancer patients.

Nikolay Vladimirov Conev

e22123

Trust in doctors and non-doctor sources for health and medical information.

Leo Chen

10086

Understanding melanoma patients’ needs in the new era of treatment: A mixed-methods approach.

Ling Na

e22132

Understanding patients’ and family caregivers’ preferences and attitudes towards disclosure of cancer related diagnosis and prognosis.

Arunangshu Ghoshal

e22130

Unmet need for clinician engagement about financial toxicity after diagnosis of breast cancer.

Reshma Jagsi

10080

Using patient reported outcomes (PROs) to hear the patient: Are we listening?

Colleen A Cuthbert

e22134

What do oncologists think patients with incurable cancer should be told about their prognosis? A survey of medical oncologists in Australia and New Zealand.

Anuradha Vasista

e22139

When the loss of spirituality leads to the loss of the path: The moderating role of spirituality in a multiple-step-mediation process from physical suffering to distress.

Alessandro Rossi

e22160