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Female sexual problems after treatment for colorectal cancer - a population-based study.

There has been limited focus on female sexuality after treatment for colorectal cancer. Aim of this study was to investigate long-term female sexual dysfunction in disease-free colorectal cancer survivors in the Danish population.

Targeting cancer stem cells as therapeutic approach in the treatment of colorectal cancer.

Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers globally. A large portion of colorectal cancer patients who are treated with conventional chemotherapy eventually develop local recurrence or metastases. The failure of a complete cure in colorectal cancer patients may be related to the lack of complete eradication of cancer stem cells when using conventional therapy. Colorectal cancer stem cells comprise a small population of tumor cells that possess the properties of rapid proliferation and differentiati...

Current status of nanoscale drug delivery systems for colorectal cancer liver metastasis.

Tumor metastasis is a major cause of colorectal cancer-related deaths. The liver is a common site of colorectal cancer metastasis. There is no effective treatment for patients with colorectal cancer with liver metastasis. Due to the complicated and variable metastasis process, the current treatment methods for colorectal cancer liver metastasis cannot meet the clinical needs. Currently, no effective delivery system is available for clinical use which could specifically target metastatic cancers. The emergen...

Young-age onset colorectal cancer in Brazil: Analysis of incidence, clinical features, and outcomes in a tertiary cancer center.

Recent studies report increasing incidence of colorectal cancer (CRC) in the young-age population, but data concerning clinical behavior, pathologic findings, and prognosis are controversial for this group. Early recognition of CRC in young patients is a challenge and diagnosis at advanced stage is clearly associated with worse outcomes.

Incidence and severity of sexual dysfunction among women with breast cancer: a meta-analysis based on female sexual function index.

Previous meta-analyses have examined the prevalence of sexual dysfunction among women with cancer, but there is no breast cancer (BC)-specific study. We therefore conducted a meta-analysis to examine the prevalence and severity of female sexual dysfunction (FSD) in women with BC.

Lower Sexual Satisfaction and Function Mediate the Association of Assault Military Sexual Trauma and Relationship Satisfaction in Partnered Female Service Members/Veterans.

Little is known about the association of military sexual trauma (MST) and relationship satisfaction among partnered female service members/veterans (SM/Vs). Extant civilian literature shows a strong association between sexual trauma and poorer relationship outcomes, and theory suggests that sexual function and satisfaction may mediate this association. Given that as many as 40% of female SM/Vs report MST and roughly half of female veterans are partnered and in their peak sexual years, it is critical to unde...

The International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health Process of Care for the Identification of Sexual Concerns and Problems in Women.

Sexual problems are common in women of all ages. Despite their frequency and impact, female sexual dysfunctions (FSDs) are often unrecognized and untreated in clinical settings. In response, the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health convened a multidisciplinary, international expert panel to develop a process of care (POC) that outlines recommendations for identification of sexual problems in women. This POC describes core and advanced competencies in FSD for clinicians who are not se...

Green tea intake and colorectal cancer risk in Japan: the Takayama study.

Reportedly, green tea has a preventive effect against colorectal cancer in animal models. Nevertheless, results from epidemiological studies of the association between green tea consumption and colorectal cancer have been inconsistent. We aimed to evaluate colorectal cancer risk in relation to green tea consumption in a population-based prospective cohort study.

Understanding sexual arousal and subjective-genital arousal desynchrony in women.

Sexual arousal in women comprises two components: genital arousal and subjective arousal. Genital arousal is characterized by genital vasocongestion and other physiological changes that occur in response to sexual stimuli, whereas subjective arousal refers to mental engagement during sexual activity. For some women, genital arousal enhances subjective arousal; for others, the two types of arousal are desynchronous. However, the relationship between genital and subjective arousal might not be relevant to the...

Patient-reported health problems and healthcare use after treatment for early-stage breast cancer.

A clear picture of treatment-related health problems following breast cancer treatment is useful in anticipating the informational and other needs of patients during follow-up. This study aimed to identify treatment-related health problems in breast cancer patients up to five years after diagnosis. Secondly, the use of care associated with these health problems was identified.

Improving the Follow-Up Completion Rate of Community-Dwelling Individuals Who Screened Positive for Colorectal Cancer.

Early screening and early treatment of colorectal cancer increases the 5-year-survival rate of early stage cancer by 90%. However, a lack of knowledge regarding screening opportunities among community residents affects their willingness to seek medical help and delays treatment. The World Health Organization estimated that deaths from colorectal cancer in the next 20 years will increase from 8.2 million people to 13 million people annually. However, systemic screening and follow-up services will promote ear...

Sexual function and quality of life of patients affected by ovarian cancer: review of literature.

The sexual function (SF) in patients affected by malignancies represents an important aspect influencing the quality of life (QoL). The most frequent symptoms reported are the decreased sexual desire, dyspareunia, and/or problems with arousal or achieving orgasm. The present study is aimed at analyzing the available scientific evidence regarding the QoL and especially SF of patients affected by ovarian cancer who underwent surgical and medical treatment.

Influence of Simple and Radical Cystectomy on Sexual Function and Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Female Patients: A Scoping Review of the Literature.

Despite the high risk for sexual dysfunction and pelvic organ prolapse after cystectomy and urinary diversion, a paucity of data and attention to these issues exists in women. This is in stark contrast to the attention paid to male sexual function undergoing similar urologic procedures. As survivorship from bladder cancer improves, appropriate assessment and treatment of these quality of life conditions are needed. Whereas consideration of surgical approach and technique on male outcomes is widespread, fema...

Sexual Assault in the Military and Increased Odds of Sexual Pain Among Female Veterans.

To examine whether the relationship between childhood sexual abuse and sexual function in civilian women is also found among female veterans, and to consider the additional effects of sexual assault in the military.

Rational targeting of population groups and residential areas for colorectal cancer screening.

Sociodemographic and spatial disparities in incidence and mortality burden of colorectal cancer (CRC) are important to consider in the implementation of population screening, in order to achieve expected benefit and not increase health inequities. Analytic methods should be adapted to provide rational support for targeted interventions.

Analysis of population-based colorectal cancer screening in Guangzhou, 2011-2015.

To analyze the detection rates of colorectal cancer (CRC) and polyps by population-based screening in Guangzhou.

Rates and characteristics of postcolonoscopy colorectal cancer in the Swedish IBD population: what are the differences from a non-IBD population?

The rate of postcolonoscopy colorectal cancer (PCCRC) is considered a key quality indicator of colonoscopy; little is known about PCCRC in IBD.

Genistein combined with FOLFOX or FOLFOX-Bevacizumab for the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer: phase I/II pilot study.

Epidemiologic and preclinical data suggest isoflavones have anticancer activity in colorectal malignancy prevention and treatment. This is the first clinical trial assessing safety and tolerability of Genistein in combination with chemotherapy in metastatic colorectal cancer.

Health-related quality of life in Slovenian patients with colorectal cancer: a single tertiary care center study.

Background The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the surgical treatment on Slovenian colorectal cancer patients' health-related quality of life and to compare the results to the health-related quality of life of the general Slovenian population. Patients and methods A total of 413 patients with colorectal cancer operated on at the Abdominal Surgery Department at the Ljubljana University Medical Center between January 1st, 2016 and December 31st, 2017 were sent two standardized and validated...

Sexual interaction is essential for the transformation of non-copulating rats into sexually active animals by the endocannabinoid anandamide.

The endocannabinoid anandamide (AEA) transforms half of the population of previously non-copulating (NC) rats into sexually active animals in a long-lasting manner. The aim of this work was to explore the nature of this transformation. We identified the dose range in which AEA induces mating behavior in previously NC rats, which evidenced a dose-based, biphasic profile for AEA to induce the transformation of NC rats. We demonstrate that the sexual interaction with a receptive female, involving at least an i...

TheraSphere Yttrium-90 Glass Microspheres Combined With Chemotherapy Versus Chemotherapy Alone in Second-Line Treatment of Patients With Metastatic Colorectal Carcinoma of the Liver: Protocol for the EPOCH Phase 3 Randomized Clinical Trial.

Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers and causes of cancer-related death. Up to approximately 70% of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) have metastases to the liver at initial diagnosis. Second-line systemic treatment in mCRC can prolong survival after development of disease progression during or after first-line treatment and in those who are intolerant to first-line treatment.

The "sphere of care": A qualitative study of colorectal cancer patient and caregiver experiences of support within the cancer treatment setting.

Colorectal cancer is associated with considerable physical and psychosocial burden. Whilst social support is known to facilitate psychological adjustment to cancer, patients' and caregivers' experiences of social support within a treatment setting and their perceptions of the role of the treating team in providing this support is unknown. Specifically, there is a gap in the research that explores in detail who people affected by colorectal cancer consider to be supportive, and the function, timing and natur...

Efficacy and safety of FOLFIRI/aflibercept in second-line treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer in a real-world population: Prognostic and predictive markers.

The phase III VELOUR trial demonstrated efficacy with combined FOLFIRI-aflibercept in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer previously treated with oxaliplatin with or without bevacizumab versus placebo. The effect of FOLFIRI-aflibercept in routine clinical practice was evaluated.

Female Sexual Dysfunction in Women with Pelvic Pain.

A variety of conditions can give rise to the perception of painful sexual intercourse in women with pelvic pain. Female sexual dysfunction may stem from psychological, medical such as endocrinological disturbances, and gynecological pathologies. This article provides a discussion of various conditions, offering diagnostic and therapeutic measures to consider in women with pelvic pain experiencing sexual dysfunction. Treatment and management options are also reviewed.

Experiences of patients with colorectal cancer from diagnosis until completion of treatment: a meta-ethnography approach.

The purpose of this meta-synthesis was to explore the experience of living with symptoms caused by colorectal cancer (CRC) and its treatment from the perspectives of those affected.

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