Table of contents for Handbook of cancer survivorship / Michael Feuerstein, editor.


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PART I: BURDEN
1. Cancer Survivorship A Bird's Eye View from an Insider ...
Michael Feuerstein
2. The Burden of Cancer Survivorship: A Pandemic of
"Treatment Success . ..       .  .. .   . .   . . . ....
Steven             2 i olf
3.  QualityofCare  ...................................    19
Craig C. Earle
4. Quality of Life in Long-Term Cancer Survivors  .  . . . . . . ..  43
Joan  Bloom, Soo H. Kang, Dana M. Petersen, and Susan L. Stewar
5. HealthCareDisparities  ........... ..... ..67
/ Salewa Osrni and Isma ilatoi
6. Measuring Quality of Life in Cancer Survivors . . . . . . . . . . .79
David Victorson, David Cella, Lynne Wagne, Laura Kramer,
and Mar Lou Smith
PART II: COMMON PROBLEMS
7.   ercise Motivation and Behaviorhange  .  ....      . ..  113
Kerry . Corneya. Kristina H. Karvinen, and Jeffrey K.H. allance
8 Fatigue                          .        . . .     .     133
Alexander V Ng, CarlynnA. Alt, and Elizabeth  Gore
9               ...  . . ... .                . .           151
Victor L7 Chang and Ryuichi Sekine
10.  epression    .                  . .  . . .             173
Peter C Trash and Timothy Pear.man
11.                         ..Int.erpersonal R.elationships  . ... . .  .  191
Andrea A Thtntion and Martin A. P -e
12. Adaptation in the Face of Advanced Caner  . ..  . ..     211
CarissaA Low, Tammy Beran, and Annette L. Stanton
PART III: SECONDARY PREVENTION
13. Restoring Eotional ellBeing       e    . . . . . . .. .. .  231
Rob-ert W Lent
14Physical Activity for Cancer Survivors: otental Bene
and Guidelines         .    .  . . .  .                 249
Clare Stevinson, Kistin L. Campbell, Christopher M. Sellar,
and Kerry S. Courneya
15 Nutrition and  eight Manageiment  Cancer Survivor         269
Virginia Ubley and K. L. Catherine Jen
16.Management of ChemotherapyRelated Cognitive
Dysfunction   .                    . . . . .  . . .     287
Robe. Ferguson, Raine Riggs, Tim iles, and Andrewj Sayk
17. Smoking Cessation and Cancer Survivors  .    ..          303
Jamie S. Ostroffand Lara K. Dhingra
18. Psychological Distress, Depression, and Anxiety .. 323
Arthur Vl Sezu and Christine iaguth New
19. Managing Daily and Long-Term Stress      . . .         339
Linda E Carison and Michael Speca
20. Pa  and Function: A Psychosocial Perspective . .  .    3
MichaelJ.. Sullivan, Pascal Thibault, Andre Savard, and Ana Wily
21.  Work. .  . .................................381
Jos Ve beek and Evelen Spelten
22. Comprehensive Long-Terr Follow-up: Cancer
Survi orshipCenters  ................. .............   397
Iinda A. acobs, Jane Alavi, Angela DeMichele, Stven Palm,
Carrie Stricher, and David Vaughn
PART IV: SURVIVOR AND PROVIDER PERSPECTIVES
23. Survivor Perspectives on Quality C are  . . . . . . . . ..  . . . .  19
Kathryn McPherson and Rod MacLeod
24. Livg withAdvancedCancer .. . .   .. ...   .. . .     .429
Sheila Payne
PART V: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
25. GlobalConsiderations ........,,,...........      .     449
Patricia 4. Findley
26. Cancer Survivorship: Research, Practice, and Policy i .. .  . .  481
MUichael Feuerstein



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cancer Patients Rehabilitation, Cancer Patients Services for, Cancer Treatment, Neoplasms therapy Handbooks, Neoplasms psychology Handbooks, Survivors, Quality of Health Care, Survival Rate