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Analysis of Content Shared in Online Cancer Communities: Systematic Review

Analysis of Content Shared in Online Cancer Communities: Systematic Review

As a potentially life-threatening illness with a growing number of new patients and survivors [9], cancer can raise a wide range of specific informational and emotional support issues [10].

Mies C van Eenbergen, Lonneke V van de Poll-Franse, Emiel Krahmer, Suzan Verberne, Floortje Mols

JMIR Cancer 2018;4(1):e6


Surviving and Thriving With Cancer Using a Web-Based Health Behavior Change Intervention: Randomized Controlled Trial

Surviving and Thriving With Cancer Using a Web-Based Health Behavior Change Intervention: Randomized Controlled Trial

Despite these developments, health behavior change interventions for cancer survivors are seldom conducted in a group setting where social support from other survivors is encouraged.

Erin O'Carroll Bantum, Cheryl L Albright, Kami K White, Jeffrey L Berenberg, Gabriela Layi, Phillip L Ritter, Diana Laurent, Katy Plant, Kate Lorig

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(2):e54


Partnership for Health-2, A Web-Based Versus Print Smoking Cessation Intervention for Childhood and Young Adult Cancer Survivors: Randomized Comparative Effectiveness Study

Partnership for Health-2, A Web-Based Versus Print Smoking Cessation Intervention for Childhood and Young Adult Cancer Survivors: Randomized Comparative Effectiveness Study

In the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study, the largest US cohort of childhood cancer survivors, 28% of survivors reported having smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and 17% reported current cigarette smoking [6].

Karen M Emmons, Elaine Puleo, Kim Sprunck-Harrild, Jennifer Ford, Jamie S Ostroff, David Hodgson, Mark Greenberg, Lisa Diller, Janet de Moor, Vida Tyc

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(11):e218


Comparison of Internet and Telephone Interventions for Weight Loss Among Cancer Survivors: Randomized Controlled Trial and Feasibility Study

Comparison of Internet and Telephone Interventions for Weight Loss Among Cancer Survivors: Randomized Controlled Trial and Feasibility Study

Given the physical, economic, and psychological burdens that cancer survivors face, recent intervention efforts to prevent recurrence and ameliorate symptoms in posttreatment cancer survivors have shown promise.Diet and exercise interventions may facilitate

Matthew Cox, Karen Basen-Engquist, Cindy L Carmack, Janice Blalock, Yisheng Li, James Murray, Louis Pisters, Miguel Rodriguez-Bigas, Jaejoon Song, Emily Cox-Martin, Wendy Demark-Wahnefried

JMIR Cancer 2017;3(2):e16


Exploring Advance Care Planning in Taiwanese Indigenous Cancer Survivors: Proposal for a Pilot Case-Control Study

Exploring Advance Care Planning in Taiwanese Indigenous Cancer Survivors: Proposal for a Pilot Case-Control Study

Both cancer survivors and cancer-free controls will be surveyed for their willingness to participate in further public education in ACP.

In-Fun Li, Yvonne Hsiung

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(12):e238