This is a clinical practice guideline for patients who have been operated on for sporadic colorectal cancer (CRC) and for those in whom a low risk T1 CRC has been completely removed at endoscopy. The guideline discusses the endoscopic surveillance of these patients, and provides recommendations on the appropriate timing of endoscopy (i.e. in specific intervals following surgery), and the age at which to halt the use of surveillance endoscopy. Outcomes of interest include overall survival, CRC-specific survival, relapse-free survival, and adverse effects.
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This is a clinical practice guideline for the management of adult patients after head and neck cancer (HNC) treatment. Recommendations address surveillance and screening for recurrence of second primary cancers, assessment and management of physical and psychosocial long-term and late effects of HNC and treatment, health promotion, as well as care coordination and implications for practice. The guideline emphasizes the need for a multidisciplinary, coordinated, and collaborative care team for the delivery of effective HNC survivorship care.
This is a clinical practice guideline for the management of patients with advanced breast cancer (ABC), including those with locally advanced breast cancer (LABC) and metastatic breast cancer (MBC). The guideline provides recommendations for the management of these patients, and specifically discusses the use of chemotherapy, management of bone metastases, management of cancer related fatigue, as well as supportive and palliative care.
This is a clinical practice guideline for patients undergoing treatment for breast cancer and for survivors of breast cancer. The guideline examines the use of complementary integrated therapies for the management of symptoms of disease as well as for the management of adverse effects associated with treatment. Recommendations are grouped within the following categories: acute radiation skin reaction, anxiety and stress reduction, chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, depression and mood disturbances, fatigue, lymphedema, neuropathy, pain, quality of life, sleep disturbances, and vasomotor/hot flashes.
This is a clinical practice guideline for survivors of childhood, adolescent, and young adult cancers. The guideline provides recommendations for the screening and management of therapy-related complications or adverse effects that persist or arise after the completion of treatment (i.e. late effects). Different therapeutic exposures and their potential late effects are explored and organized by cancer site and type of exposure (e.g. chemotherapy, radiation).
This is a clinical practice guideline for patients who have been operated on for a pheochromocytoma or a paraganglioma. The guideline discusses the long-term follow-up of these patients, and includes recommendations on diagnosing malignancy, perioperative work-up, duration of follow-up, monitoring methods, as well as specific considerations for pregnant women and patients who are frail and/or elderly.
This is a clinical practice guideline for women with vulvar cancer (VC) or vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN). The guideline provides recommendations for symptom management, with an emphasis on self-management interventions. Specific topics discussed include the handling of surgical wounds, as well as the management of acute postsurgical pain, postsurgical urinary symptoms, and lymphedema.
This is a clinical practice guideline for survivors of adult-onset cancer in the post-treatment period. The guideline provides screening, evaluation, and treatment recommendations, and should be used to supplement the follow-up recommendations of disease-specific guidelines.
This is a clinical practice guideline for adolescents and young adults with cancer. The guideline discusses risk factors, screening, diagnosis, management, follow-up, supportive care, and palliative care for patients between 15 and 39 years of age. Unique issues discussed include adherence to treatment, the impact of cancer and its treatment on fertility, management of cancer during pregnancy, relationship management, and socioeconomic issues.
This is a clinical practice guideline for men with metastatic non-castrate prostate cancer being considered for treatment with androgen-deprivation therapy (ADT). The guideline examines the addition of docetaxel or abiraterone to ADT, and the resulting effects on overall survival (OS), progression-free survival (PFS), failure-free survival (FFS), prostate-specific antigen (PSA) response, overall response rate, and quality of life (QOL).