During the Conference on Cancer Long-term Survivors, held in Siracusa (Italy) on September 16, 2022, Oncologists, General Practitioners, Epidemiologists, Hematologists, Pediatric Oncologists, Nurses, Industry Medical Affairs and Patients' Advocates came together to discuss the clinical implications of the condition beyond acute cancer. The debate was based both on the current literature on this topic, and on the opinion of all participants. Specifically, numerous issues were discussed in the round tables, but focused mainly on the following topics:-REASONS FOR SUCCESS IN IMPROVING SURVIVAL RATES-REHABILITATION-LONG-TERM SURVEILLANCE-PEDIATRIC AND YOUNG ADULT ISSUES-SOCIAL, FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE ISSUES This Opinion Paper aims to stimulate a suitable support to the growing population of people cancer disease free or with long-term or late effects. The development of new models can promote actions towards the elimination of obstacles and difficulties in cancer survivorship care.

Long-term cancer survivors: concerns and updates

Bordonaro R.;Di Raimondo F.;Blasi L.;Bottino R.;Di Cataldo A.;Insolia G.;Rapisardi S.;
2023-01-01

Abstract

During the Conference on Cancer Long-term Survivors, held in Siracusa (Italy) on September 16, 2022, Oncologists, General Practitioners, Epidemiologists, Hematologists, Pediatric Oncologists, Nurses, Industry Medical Affairs and Patients' Advocates came together to discuss the clinical implications of the condition beyond acute cancer. The debate was based both on the current literature on this topic, and on the opinion of all participants. Specifically, numerous issues were discussed in the round tables, but focused mainly on the following topics:-REASONS FOR SUCCESS IN IMPROVING SURVIVAL RATES-REHABILITATION-LONG-TERM SURVEILLANCE-PEDIATRIC AND YOUNG ADULT ISSUES-SOCIAL, FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE ISSUES This Opinion Paper aims to stimulate a suitable support to the growing population of people cancer disease free or with long-term or late effects. The development of new models can promote actions towards the elimination of obstacles and difficulties in cancer survivorship care.
2023
CANCER REHABILITATION; CHILDHOOD CANCER; FINANCIAL ISSUES; INSURANCE ISSUES; LIFE BEYOND CANCER; LONG-TERM SURVEILLANCE; SOCIAL ISSUES
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