Cancer death rates in the United States continued to decline overall from 2014 to 2018, with declines accelerating for lung cancer and melanoma.
Researchers sought to determine whether poorer health-related quality of life would be linked to responses about pain severity in patients with multiple myeloma.
With elective endoscopies halted during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers analyzed the impact of this cessation on rates of colorectal cancer screening.
Researchers estimated how expanding fecal immunochemical testing-based CRC screening would affect screening participation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cancer prevention and early detection measures show mixed progress.
For patients with cancer, Medicaid expansion is not associated with improved care at minority-serving hospitals (MSHs).
The objective of this study was to determine the effectiveness of electroacupuncture and auricular acupuncture for chronic musculoskeletal pain in cancer survivors.
Patients with early-stage breast cancer who undergo mastectomy with or without reconstruction are at risk of prolonged opioid use.
Prescription drug monitoring programs that aim to prevent opioid misuse may be affecting patients with cancer who need pain management.
The use of acupuncture and/or acupressure is associated with reduced cancer pain and decreased use of analgesics.