CancerNet

CancerNet

Oncology Information from NCI–eg, the PDQ database, sorted for the general public, health care providers, researchers
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More indepth reviews of the conference will be published in the next editions of the CNC Cancernet. The CNC committee would be happy to share lessons from hosting an international conference and welcome nurses who care for those affected by cancer to join the college.
[1] Bone Cancer: Statistics, CancerNet, May 2018, https://www.cancer.net/cancer- types/bone-cancer/statistics.
These data have prompted organisation such as the National Cancer Institute to issue statements stating that long term vitamin and mineral supplements should ideally be given to correct a known deficiency (67), which is rarely routinely detected unless individuals have self funded micronutrient analysis (cancernet.co.uk).
" Cervical Cancer." CancerNet. National Cancer Institute.
"Breast Cancer." CancerNet. National Cancer Institute.
"Colon and Rectal Cancer." CancerNet. National Cancer Institute.
Search Terms Term 1 Cancer or neoplasm or carcinoma or tumo?r Cancer* or neoplasm* or carcinoma or tumour Term 2 Cachexia or cachectic or weight loss or malnourished or wasting Cachex* or cachect* or (weight los*) or malnourished or wast* Term 3 Nutrition or diet Nutrition* or diet* Search = Terms 1 and 2 and 3 Limited to adult humans Search updated with databases available April 2005 Electronic The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews databases The Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) Medline Advanced 1950-2005/01 PubMed (to include early 2005 publications)--Cancerlit CINAHL (1982-current) Web of Science EMBASE Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition Cancernet Cancer Spectrum Australasian Medical Index (AMI)
"Ovarian Cancer." CancerNet. National Cancer Institute.
An analisis of the readability and cultural sensitivity of information on the National Cancer Institute's Web site: CancerNet. Oncol Nurs Forum 2000: 27: 1403-9.
Asmussen suggests the following sites for specific health information: Medlineplus.gov, Healthweb.org, Healthyarkansas.com, Amhrt.org, Diabetes.org, Eatright.org, Cancer.org, Cancernet.nci.nih.gov, Aap.org, Modimes.org and Arthritis.org.
* CancerNet: Genetics, Causes, Risk Factors, Prevention: http://www.cancer.gov/cancerinfo/prevention-genetics-causes/genetics
More detailed information about these trials is available at the NCI Cancernet Clinical Trials Web site (http://cnetdb.nci.nih.gov/trialsrch.shtml).