Interview, Matthew Zachary.
CA: A Most cancers Journal for Clinicians: Miller et al., “Most cancers remedy and survivorship statistics, 2019.”
Interview, Catherine Alfano, PhD.
An American Society of Medical Oncology and Institute of Drugs Symposium: Hewitt and Ganz, “From Most cancers Affected person to Most cancers Survivor: Misplaced in Transition.”
Nationwide Coalition of Most cancers Survivors: “Most cancers Survivorship Research Interim Findings from In-depth Interviews and Nationwide Surveys of Most cancers Sufferers and Survivors.”
American Most cancers Society, “Most cancers Info and Figures: 2019.”
Interview, Julia Rowland, PhD.
Interview, Jennifer Ligibel, MD.
UNC Lineberger Complete Most cancers Heart.
Interview, Deborah Mayer, oncology professor.
Memorial Sloan Kettering: “Grownup Survivors of Childhood Most cancers.”
Stanford Drugs: “Constructing a Most cancers Survivorship Program at Stanford.”
JAMA Surg. January 2015, Kummerow, et al., “Nationwide Tendencies in Mastectomy for Early-Stage Breast Most cancers.”
Most cancers: Ji X, Cummings JR, Marchak JG, Han X, Mertens AC., “Psychological Well being Amongst Nonelderly Grownup Most cancers Survivors: A Nationwide Estimate.”