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Cancer Survivorship by Patricia A. Ganz Editor ; Sandra J. Brady Foreword by ; Louis S.

Handbook of Cancer Survivorship

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Problems of aging in survivorship, disparities and financial hardship. Well-being concerns including physical activity, weight loss, nutrition, and smoking cessation.

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Core functional areas such as work, sleep, relationships, and cognition. Large-scale symptoms including pain, distress, and fatigue.

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Models of care including primary care and comprehensive cancer center. International perspectives PLUS, insights about lessons learned and challenges ahead. Show all. In these various positions he has developed: multidisciplinary clinical services in pain and work related musculoskeletal disorders, a PhD program in Clinical Psychology with USUHS faculty and military stakeholders for the US Department of Defense, and has conducted research in civilian, military and other federal government settings.

He has also provided consultation to hospitals, private practices in orthopedics and rehabilitation, the National Health Service in the UK and other international agencies. Over the past 14 years his research and that of his students has focused on the needs of cancer patients following primary treatment for cancer; particularly, as it relates to cancer survivorship and work.

He is involved in the dissemination of knowledge to improve the quality of health, health care, function and well-being of individuals following cancer diagnosis and treatment. After he was diagnosed, treated for and survived a malignant brain tumor in , Dr.

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Feuerstein became very active as an advocate for cancer survivors and published a book for Cancer Survivors and their families The Handbook of Cancer Survivorship and has edited three textbooks Handbook of Cancer Survivorship, Work and Cancer and Quality Health Care for Cancer Survivors directed at health care providers to learn about the challenges experienced by these patients and improve the care they receive.

In , he launched a peer- reviewed multidisciplinary journal The Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice whose mission is to improve evidence- based health care in those living following cancer diagnosis and treatment. She is also Clinical Director, Internal Medicine for Cancer Survivors at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute where she offers clinical care for long term survivors of childhood and adult cancers.

Nekhlyudov is particularly interested in improving the care of cancer survivors and the interplay between primary and oncology care. Nekhlyudov has been at the forefront of the field of cancer survivorship by leading and participating in the development of survivorship care policies and clinical guidelines, educational programs and research.

Her publications and broad-ranging educational programs have promoted awareness among health care providers about the ongoing needs of cancer patients across the care continuum.