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Cancer Survivorship

Cancer Survivorship

The Cancer Survivorship Center strives to create, expand, and disseminate knowledge addressing survivorship across the cancer continuum while conducting research that alleviates the impact of cancer in South Carolina, the nation, and the world.

Faculty

  • Physical activity for breast cancer prevention 
  • Geographical information systems and cancer 
  • Trauma and cancer outcomes 
  • Molecular testing in non-small cell lung cancer
  • Impact of comorbidities on patient outcomes following major trauma 
  • Access to post-acute rehabilitation services after injury 
  • Socioeconomic determinants of injury risk and recovery 
  • Quality metrics for evaluating trauma care
  • Health disparities 
  • Access to cancer care
  • Cancer survivorship
  • Outcomes research
  • Breast Cancer Survivorship
  • Mindfulness-based interventions to promote health and well-being in breast cancer survivorship
  • Spirituality and Psychoneuroimmunological Outcomes in Breast Cancer Survivors 
  • Rigor and Reproducibility in Salivary Cortisol Research 
  • Treatment adherence 
  • Psychosocial/behavioral interventions
  • Storytelling
  • Care transitions 
  • Theoretically-based family-targeted intervention development and testing 
  • Mobile health technologies as an intervention delivery modality 
  • Lung cancer survivorship 
  • Lung cancer screening
  • E-health interventions for young adult cancer survivors
  • Exercise interventions 
  • Peer mentoring 
  • Maintaining healthy lifestyles 
  • Lung cancer survivorship 
  • Stigma, Quality of Life among lung cancer survivors
  • Symptoms related to oral targeted therapy
  • Adherence to oral cancer therapy
  • Aging and cancer
  • Oncology clinical trial
  • Sources of dietary inflammation and chronic disease risk, especially cancer
  • Health disparities
  • Cortisol levels and pattern on health outcomes
  • Effect of meditation on symptoms among cancer survivors