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  • For childhood cancer survivors, long-term follow up is important as they are at risk of late complications such as fatigue, pain, lower levels of physical activity, and poor social adjustment. The American Cancer Society and American College of Sports Medicine recommend physical therapy by primary site, disease, and intervention (chemotherapy or radiation therapy), and suggest rehabilitation prescriptions based on the patient's condition. The National Comprehensive Cancer Network published "NCCN Guidelines Insights: Survivorship." These guidelines provide screening, evaluation, and treatment recommendations for adult-onset cancer. However, there is insufficient evidence for rehabilitation therapy in the long-term follow up of childhood cancer.
  • May is Oncology Nursing Month , a time to recognize these incredible nurses around the globe. You make a difference every day in the lives of the patients and families in your care. So to all the oncology nurses in APHON and beyond, thank you for all that you do!
  • Nurses' Month

    Each year, we recognize nurses on Nurses' Day (May 6) and during Nurses' Week (May 6-12), with the recent addition of Nurses' Month celebrated throughout May. We agree that our nurses deserve the additional recognition for the work they do each and every day. Watch your inbox each Friday throughout the month of May for an email showcasing each week's theme, as declared by the ANA: Self-Care, Recognition, Professional Development, and Community Engagement.

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  • May 17th Educational Program

    Chapter Meeting

    May 17, 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM (ET)
    Please join us for our next lecture on Tues 5/17 at Blackstone Steakhouse. The topic will be the Natural History and Diagnostic Challenges of WHIM syndrome. 
    Melville, NY, United States