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Cancer Survivorship: A Bird’s Eye View from an Insider a Decade Later

  • Michael Feuerstein
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Abstract

This chapter provides the rationale for the need for an updated revision of the original Handbook of Cancer Survivorship published a little more than a decade ago. The revised Handbook provides updated and new chapters covering many challenges that cancer survivors continue to face following treatment, progress in the science of healthy lifestyle and emerging models in health care delivery for cancer survivors. Future challenges in research, practice and policy are also discussed.

Keywords

Cancer survivorship Symptom burden Lifestyle Depression Health care models 

References

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    Barr RD, Ferrai A, Reis L, Whelan J, Bleyer A. Cancer in adolescents and young adults: a narrative review of the current status and a view of the future. JAMA Pediatr. 2016;170(5):495–501.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Feuerstein
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  1. 1.Professor (ret), Uniformed Services UniversityFounder, Editor in Chief, Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and PracticeBethesdaUSA

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