Evolving landscape of metastatic cancer survivorship: Reconsidering clinical care, policy, and research priorities for the modern era
Journal of Clinical Oncology
American Society of Clinical Oncology
School of Medical and Health Sciences / Exercise Medicine Research Institute
An individual may be considered a cancer survivor from diagnosis through the balance of their life. 1 In contrast to those with early-stage cancer, survivorship care for people with metastatic cancer has only recently begun to receive significant attention, 2-6 partly due to recent therapeutic advances and improvements in survival. There have been growing calls from patient advocates to address the unmet supportive care needs of people with metastatic cancer 4,7 and assurance that they and their caregivers be included within the definition of cancer survivor outlined by the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship. . . .