Categorization of Cancer Survivors: Why We Need It

Antonella Surbone and Paolo Tralongo

The number of people diagnosed with cancer who live longer than 5 years from diagnosis or end of acute treatment, along with the number of patients who live with cancer in a chronic state, is increasing in industrialized countries. Consequently, survivorship care is now an established branch of oncology and is a growing health care and research priority. Yet, several gaps in the contemporary study of survivorship were identified through an American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) electronic survey of 679 members who acted as principal or coprincipal investigators of survivorship-related studies and of 838 professionals engaged in survivorship research at National Cancer Institute–designated cancer centers.

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