Researchers at the University of Rochester Wilmot Cancer Institute discovered something simple and inexpensive to reduce neuropathy in hands and feet due to chemotherapy—exercise. Read more from the University of Rochester Wilmot Cancer Institute.
A new study, Complementary and Integrative Health Practices Among Hispanics Diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer: Utilization and Communication with Physicians, has found that among 631 Hispanic patients with Hispanic adults with colorectal cancer, 40.1% reported using Complemetary and Integrative Health practices. Read more from Mary Ann Liebert Publishers, Inc.
A large new study concluded that exercise reduces the risk of 13 cancers. It's the latest evidence in a growing area of research suggesting that exercise may play a role in both cancer prevention and healthy survivorship. Read more from AICR.
A study by researchers from the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and other institutions found a link between higher intake of dietary saturated fat, a type of fat found commonly in foods such as fatty beef and cheese, and risk of aggressive prostate cancer. Read more.
Cancer survivors with a high disease-related financial burden appeared more susceptible to depression, poor quality of life and fear of recurrence, according to the results of cross-sectional study. Read more from HemOnc Today.
Prostate cancer patients and survivors who maintain a moderate to high level of physical activity may improve their survival prognosis, according to research presented here at the AACR Annual Meeting 2016, April 16-20. Read more from American Association of Cancer Research.