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March 2006 - Volume 106 - Supplement 3
pp: 3-102,e1-e19

Cognitive Changes in Cancer Survivors: Cancer and cancer treatment often cause cognitive deficits, but no guidelines exist for screening or treatment.

Nail, Lillian M.

AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 106:48-54, March 2006.

Reproductive and Hormonal Sequelae of Chemotherapy in Women: Premature menopause and impaired fertility can result, effects that are especially disturbing to young women.

Knobf, M. Tish

AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 106:60-65, March 2006.

Endocrine and Fertility Effects in Male Cancer Survivors: Changes related to androgen-deprivation therapy and other treatments require timely intervention.

Thaler-DeMers, Debra

AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 106:66-71, March 2006.

Osteoporosis: Cancer survivors are at increased risk for osteoporosis, but how their management differs from that of the general population remains unclear.

Hawkins, Rebecca

AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 106:78-82, March 2006.

The American Cancer Society’s Studies of Cancer Survivors: The largest, most diverse investigation of long-term cancer survivors so far.

Stein, Kevin; Smith, Tenbroeck; Kim, Youngmee; More

AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 106:83-85, March 2006.

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