This project aims to understand cancer survivors experience with follow-up care, especially in relation to survivorship care plans and treatment summaries.
Cognitive impairment is recognised by up to 70% of cancer survivors as a major side-effect of treatment that impairs function and quality of life, and for which there is no proven treatment. This research project will compare two treatments to determine which, if either, is more beneficial.
Chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a major side effect of cancer treatment that can have a significant impact on those who experience it. This project aims to better understand the impact of the side effects of chemotherapy on the lives of cancer survivors.
Every woman can help support breast cancer research though Lifepool – a project that brings together data from a variety of sources to create a vital resource for research into breast cancer and women’s health.
For women at increased risk of ovarian cancer, removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries will substantially reduce their risk of ovarian cancer, and may reduce the risk of breast cancer. However, the consequences of this risk-reducing surgery for sexual health, menopausal symptoms, bone and cardiovascular health and cognitive functions are poorly understood.