Publications & Presentations
The Cancer Support Community is a leader in research on the patient, survivor, and caregiver experience. Our work appears in posters and presentations shared at professional conferences, published articles in preeminent peer-reviewed journals, educational materials for patients and caregivers, and comprehensive research reports to help inform cancer care and patient advocacy.
Use the search filters below to discover our research findings on diverse topics related to patient and caregiver quality of life, including:
- Psychosocial well-being and symptom management
- Patient-provider communication
- Treatment options
- Patient advocacy
- Financial toxicity and other barriers to health equity
- Experiences and perspectives on precision medicine
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The interplay of financial toxicity, healthcare team communication, and psychosocial well-being among rural cancer patients and survivorsFinancial toxicity is a term that refers to the out-of-pocket costs, lost wages, and debt faced by cancer patients as well as the distress caused by financial strain. New research from Cancer Support Community’s Cancer Experience Registry examines the role of financial toxicity among cancer patients in rural settings and suggests that healthcare team communication may play a key role in helping patients manage the financial impacts of cancer on mental and social health.