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COVID‐19's crushing mental health toll on health care

Details: For struggling health care workers who do seek help, Dr. Alter‐Reid points to 2 mental health interventions that have worked well so far. One is a psychotherapy approach called eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy, or EMDR.

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COVID‐19's multipronged attack on mental health

Details: On a broader level, several experts say governmental and health agency responses to mental health emergencies have been largely reactive rather than proactive. COVID‐19 has laid bare the shortcomings of that model, although the wakeup call may prompt a rethinking of what Dr. Taylor and others say is a fully inadequate mental health

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COVID-19’s Crushing Mental Health Toll on Health Care Workers

Details: Mental Health Toll on Health Care Workers Beyond its devastating physical effects, the pandemic has unleashed a mental health crisis marked by anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and even suicide. Here, in part 1 of a 2-part series, we examine the growing effort to identify and alleviate the fallout for health care workers

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American Cancer Society guideline for diet and physical

Details: Division of Medical Dietetics and Health Sciences, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Comprehensive Cancer Center and James Solove Research Institute, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio. Search for more papers by this author

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Effects of health insurance and race on breast carcinoma

Details: Health insurance, especially managed care, is suspected of being an increasingly important influence on the type of health care that patients receive 22 and may in part explain some of the observed variation in breast carcinoma treatment and outcomes. Few studies, however, have examined the effects of health insurance payer on breast carcinoma

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Social–cultural, traditional beliefs, and health system

Details: INTRODUCTION. Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is a global health issue. Over 1.34 million deaths were caused by viral hepatitis in 2015 worldwide, where approximately 257 million people were infected with chronic HBV, and the mortality rate from hepatitis has increased by 22% since 2000. 1 Although the incidence rate of acute HBV infection in the United States has decreased by 64% from …

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World Health Organization and International Society of

Details: In 1973, Dr. F. K. Mostofi proposed a three‐tiered system (World Health Organization [WHO] Grades 1, 2, and 3) to grade urothelial (transitional cell) carcinoma of the urinary bladder. 1 Grading was based on the degree of anaplasia of tumor cells, which was defined as increased cellularity, nuclear crowding, disturbance of cellular polarity, failure of differentiation from the base to the

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Process mapping: A cornerstone of quality improvement

Details: As health care embraces various process improvement methods such as Lean, Six Sigma, and rapid‐cycle improvement from manufacturing and information technology industries, process mapping has become a more prevalent tool, and it has begun to play a fundamental role in improving health care quality and operational efficiency. 1 Providing timely and accurate diagnostic results is a …

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World Health Organization classification of tumors

Details: The World Health Organization (WHO) has embarked on a new project entitled World Health Organization Classification of Tumors. This is a continuation of the International Histological Classification of Tumors, which produced two series of WHO “Blue Books” between 1967 and the present. The new WHO series continues to standardize the classification of tumors and, in addition to …

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Reporting results of cancer treatment

Details: On the initiative of the World Health Organization, two meetings on the Standardization of Reporting Results of Cancer Treatment have been held in Turin, 1977 and in Brussels, 1979 with representatives of the European Organization for Research on Treatment of Cancer, the National Cancer Institute USA, the …

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The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and the 9

Details: The PHQ‐9 16 is a 9‐item depression module from the full Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ) and was designed to score each of the 9 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition (DSM‐IV) criteria of major depression on a 4‐point Likert scale from “0” (not at all) to “3” (nearly every day) over the previous 2

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The Henry Ford Health System

Details: The Henry Ford Health System is a large, vertically integrated health care delivery system, with its core service delivery team comprised of a 1000‐person salaried medical group. Oncology services are coordinated through its Cancer Center, which organizes regional distribution of oncology services for residents of southeast Michigan.

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The future of cancer screening after COVID‐19 may be at

Details: However, similar to many other medical centers nationwide, the institution continues to struggle to regain the patient visits that are key to health care settings. 39 In addition, in rural areas, fewer primary care offices are reopening after COVID‐19 restrictions. 40, 41 The rapid transformation that the health care institution underwent

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Health system strengthening: Integration of breast cancer

Details: Building a health system that integrates breast can-cer care in a developing health system is a significant undertaking. Previous studies from the BHGI have dis-cussed some of the health system components needed to sustain breast cancer programs within a resource-stratified framework.7,8 This review provides some concepts and

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Global cancer statistics 2020: GLOBOCAN estimates of

Details: Health Organization (WHO) in 2019,2 cancer is the first or second leading cause of death before the age of 70 years in 112 of 183 countries and ranks third or fourth in a further 23 countries (Fig. 1). Cancer’s rising prominence as a leading cause of

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Young adults, cancer, health insurance, socioeconomic

Details: The lack of health insurance in young adults in the United States explains much of the delay in the diagnosis of, and more advanced cancer in, this age group compared with younger and older persons. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act should begin to rectify the disparity as evidenced by the 2.5‐million increase in the number of

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Breast cancer statistics, 2019

Details: In contrast, there was a sharp drop (nearly 13%) in the invasive breast cancer incidence rate between 1999 and 2004, largely attributed to the decreased use of menopausal hormones after publication of the Women's Health Initiative randomized trial results linking use of estrogen plus progesterone menopausal hormone therapy to breast cancer and

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Cancer Statistics, 2021

Details: Cancer is a major public health problem worldwide and is the second leading cause of death in the United States. In 2020, the diagnosis and treatment of can-cer was hampered by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. For example, reduced access to care because of health care setting closures resulted in

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Understanding and addressing social determinants to

Details: Health in All Policies is an approach used to ensure that all decision makers are aware of the health, equity, and sustainability consequences of policy considerations as policies are developed in different sectors; the concept recognizes that good health is impacted by decisions made by non–health‐related sectors. 170 Health Impact

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The dual pandemic of COVID‐19 and systemic inequities in

Details: Public health emergencies such as the COVID‐19 pandemic expose disparities and highlight longstanding abuses, discrimination, and racism. For Latinos in the United States, extreme abuse goes back to the eighteenth century with the largely unknown practice of lynching of Mexicans by Anglos in the southwestern United States.

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The impact of comorbidity on cancer and its treatment

Details: This phenomenon has been reported across different health settings, cancer sites, and treatment types. 27, 72, 89-96 Taking colorectal cancer as an example, numerous studies have found that the offer and uptake of chemotherapy among colorectal cancer patients is lower among patients with comorbidity independent of age. 92, 97-101 The relation

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Preventing Occupational Exposures to Antineoplastic Drugs

Details: Exposure of health care providers to antineoplastic drugs is varied, and the routes of exposure are typically inhalation, dermal, or oral. Workers may be exposed by inhalation via droplets, particulates, and vapors when they create aerosols, generate dust by crushing tablets, and clean up spills. Dermal exposure may occur when workers touch

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Immune‐related adverse events of a PD‐L1 inhibitor plus

Details: Background The addition of chemotherapy to a programmed death 1/programmed death ligand 1 (PD‐L1) inhibitor is a more effective option as a first‐line treatment for advanced non–small cell lung can

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Understanding and addressing social determinants to

Details: health, appreciating that many solutions for better health exist outside of the health care system. The US Department of Health and Human Services (including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health) emphasizes that resource availability, social norms, and socioeconomic conditions as well as patterns of

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Access denied: The relationship between patient insurance

Details: Evidence of whether access to high‐volume surgical care is mediated by disparities in health insurance coverage remains wanting. Methods The authors used the National Cancer Data Base to identify all adult patients who had a confirmed diagnosis of breast, prostate, lung, or colorectal cancer during 2004 through 2016.

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Evaluating complementary and alternative therapies for

Details: Health insurance programs increasingly cover CAM services and providers. More than 30 major insurers, half of them Blues plans, cover more than one alternative therapeutic method. 21 Expanding insurance coverage of complementary and alternative therapies may reflect consumer demand, but it also represents managed care efforts to control costs.

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What health care system delays reveal about inequalities

Details: Health care system delays have an impact on clinical breast cancer stage and may be associated with disparities in outcomes. To evaluate the interaction of individual, organizational, and sociopolitical factors that affect system delays and to address the associated health disparities, understanding is needed regarding how providers, patients

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Cervical screening in England: The past, present, and

Details: The UK government decided to act, and a centrally organized National Health Service (NHS) cervical screening program was launched in 1988, 4 central to which was an agreed‐upon policy regarding who to screen and treat. 5 The Department of Health issued a circular requiring district health authorities to start a computerized call/recall system.

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Preventing Occupational Exposures to Antineoplastic Drugs

Details: Evidence also exists of teratogenic and adverse reproductive outcomes and increased cancers in health care workers. During the past 30 years, professional organizations and government agencies have developed guidelines to protect health care workers from adverse effects from occupational exposure to antineoplastic drugs.

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Insurance status, health equity, and the cancer care

Details: As illustrated in two studies published in this issue of Cancer, an individual's sociodemographic characteristics including type of health insurance can decrease access to high‐quality and timely cancer care and result in adverse outcomes.Understanding the factors that create cancer health care disparities can help researchers, clinicians, and policy makers develop strategies and

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Global Cancer Statistics, 2012

Details: Keywords: cancer, epidemiology, health disparities, incidence, survival. Introduction Cancer is a leading cause of death in both more and less economically developed countries; the burden is expected to grow worldwide due to the growth and aging of the population, particularly in …

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Health Literacy in the Information Age: Communicating

Details: Disparities in health literacy are an important factor contributing to inequalities in cancer incidence, mortality, and quality of life among medically underserved populations. It will be necessary to appreciate the synergy of appropriate information products and community‐based cancer control interventions in reducing and, ultimately

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Health Care-Associated Infections After Major Cancer Surgery

Details: KEYWORDS: health care-associated infection, cancer surgery, infection, pneumonia, urinary tract infection, surgical site infection, blood stream infection. INTRODUCTION Approximately 1.7 million individuals per year are affected with health care-associated infections (HAIs) in the United

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Rural‐urban and racial/ethnic trends and disparities in

Details: Rural and Minority Health Research Center, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. Corresponding Author: Whitney E. Zahnd, PhD, Rural and Minority Health Research Center, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, 220 Stoneridge Dr, Ste 204, Columbia, SC 29210 ([email protected]

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More evidence suggesting that 1‐dose human papillomavirus

Details: Evidence is mounting that 1 dose of a human papillomavirus vaccine may be effective against cervical disease. This editorial discusses public health implications of an article in this issue of Cancer

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Cancer, Culture, and Health Disparities

Details: membership may influence health practices and health status. In addition, individuals hold various degrees of adherence to traditional customs within the same community or family. Presence of unre-solved conflicts may also influence perspectives of illness and death. The views of different family members may be inconsistent, or they may mask

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A randomized study to prevent lymphedema in women treated

Details: Participants completed surveys, arm volume measurements, and self‐reported ROM assessments before surgery and at 12 and 18 months after surgery. Lymphedema was defined as a ≥10% difference in limb volume at any time post‐surgery up to 18 months after surgery or diagnosis by a health …

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Global cancer statistics 2018: GLOBOCAN estimates of

Details: According to estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2015, cancer is the first or second leading cause of death before age 70 years in 91 of 172 countries, and it ranks third or fourth in an additional 22 countries (Fig. 1). CA CANCER J CLIN 2018;68:394–424

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Resilience, Health, and Quality of Life Among Long‐Term

Details: The posttransplant health status was also associated with patient-reported resilience. Mean scores were lower for patientswhohadmore severeGVHD,took4or more prescription medications, and were unable to work because of their health (all P<.0001; Table 2). Likewise, Original …

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History and principles of patient navigation

Details: Health disparities are caused by a complex interplay of low economic status, culture and social injustice, with poverty playing the dominant role. There is a critical disconnect between what we discover and what we deliver to all Americans in the form of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer and other diseases.

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Meeting the challenge of the 2019 novel coronavirus

Details: John W. Peabody is a professor at the University of California, provides strategic support to Moffitt Cancer Center, and is the founder and president of QURE Healthcare, which is a health care measurement company that uses its trademarked tool, Clinical Performance and Value, to reduce clinical practice variation, raise the quality of care, and

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Mental health in men treated for early stage prostate

Details: Health related quality of life (HRQOL) outcomes have a substantial impact on men facing the difficult choice for treatment for early stage prostate carcinoma, 1-4 particularly for those with early stage tumors, largely because treatment often affects various dimensions of HRQOL. 5-10 In this context, mental health and its associated domains are especially relevant for men with prostate carcinoma.

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Patient and caregiver agreement on prognosis estimates for

Details: Disagreements between patients and caregivers about treatment benefits, care decisions, and patients' health are associated with increased patient depression as well as increased caregiver anxiety, distress, depression, and burden. Understanding the factors associated with disagreement may inform interventions to improve the aforementioned

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In sickness and in health

Details: The ‘health‐oriented transition’ involves the relatively healthy survivor, where an adult‐oriented provider must be identified and supplied with a comprehensive treatment history, problem list, and monitoring plan. Continuity of medical insurance coverage must be preserved. The 2 basic models for this type of transition are either

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Oral infectious bacteria in dental plaque and saliva as

Details: Department of Lifetime Oral Health Care Sciences, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan Search …

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How structural racism can kill cancer patients

Details: Salma Shariff‐Marco, PhD, MPH, an associate professor of epidemiology and biostatistics who works with Dr. Gomez, previously found that racism is a stressor that may exacerbate disparities by shaping some cancer‐related health behaviors. 3 Based on a question in the 2003 California Health Interview Survey, her study found that participants

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Racial disparities in cervical cancer: Worse than we

Details: Beavis et al's investigation 1 into corrected cervical cancer mortality rates after hysterectomy adds to the body of literature regarding racial disparities in cervical cancer and provides new insights and some glimmer of hope. Because of the clandestine failure of prior studies to account for hysterectomy, the incidence of cervical cancer has been grossly underestimated. 1-3 This is

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How dermatology is failing melanoma patients with skin of

Details: Data from the National Center for Health Statistics suggest that for every 3 black men or women diagnosed with melanoma in the United States, 1 dies of the disease. By contrast, for non‐Hispanic white men and women with melanoma, roughly 1 in 7 and 1 in 11 die, respectively.

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