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Purpose: Objectives: To investigate the incidence and characteristics of women who experienced secondary breast cancer after uterine cancer. Following their uterine cancer diagnosis, women with uterine cancer who did not have synchronous or a history of breast cancer were followed. The increase in secondary breast cancer in the first three years after a uterine cancer diagnosis was diagnosed, was particularly high in the first three years, followed by 3–7 years after diagnosis P 71, 8. 6 for aged 56–63, 8. 6 for aged 56–63, and 9. 4 for aged 56–69.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00404-022-06440-4
Patients with cancer may suffer post-traumatic stress disorder throughout the diagnostic process and even after diagnosis is complete, particularly when facing the possibility of tumor recurrence. Given the high rate of cancer survivorship, which is estimated to be around 83%, seeking quality of life after a cancer diagnosis can help to prevent such findings. According to the qualitative report, uterine cancer survivors who receive medical or surgical therapy have a higher quality of life than others who do not. Conclusions The key finding of the systematic review is that 61% of uterine cancer survivors had poor sleep quality, and 81% had a decreased quality of life. However, the same report finds that uterine cancer survivors with sleep loss use a variety of cognitive behavioral techniques to enhance their quality of life.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-021-06589-9
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