Depression may have far-reaching consequences on the well-being of patients diagnosed with cancer, such as delayed treatment, longer hospital stays, and increased symptoms, and should therefore be treated properly.
Among the complex causes for the disparities in cancer outcomes, lacking or insufficient health insurance plays a major role. Good insurance coverage contributes to earlier diagnosis and improved treatment for patients with different types of cancers.
Based on current and evolving scientific evidence, the cancer prevention guidelines have been shifting from a nutrient-centric approach to a more holistic approach of diet that is characterized as dietary patterns.
Cervical cancer during pregnancy can be successfully managed with a multidisciplinary treatment team and an individualized treatment strategy that optimizes maternal treatment while considering fetal safety.
Last modified: April 15, 2022
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