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Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 4 (2020) -- Women and Cancer
From the Editor
Presence and Distress of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms in Upper Extremities of Younger and Older Breast Cancer Survivors
Susan Storey, Andrea Cohee, Diane Von Ah, Eric Vachon, Noah R. Zanville, Patrick O. Monahan, Timothy E. Stump, and Victoria L. Champion
A History of #BCSM and Insights for Patient-Centered Online Interaction and Engagement
Matthew S. Katz, Alicia C. Staley, and Deanna J. Attai
Evaluation of a Mobile Health Intervention to Improve Wellness Outcomes for Breast Cancer Survivors
Jamie Cairo, Laurie Williams, Lisa Bray, Katrina Goetzke, and Ana Cristina Perez
Validation of an Endometrial Tumor Diameter Model for Risk Assessment in the Absence of Lymph Node Mapping
McKayla J. Riggs, Callie M. Cox Bauer, Caela R. Miller, James K. Aden, and Scott A. Kamelle
A Prospective Study of Patterns of Regret in the Year After Hysterectomy
Roopina Sangha, Andrew Bossick, Wan-Ting K. Su, Chad Coleman, Neha Chavali, and Ganesa Wegienka
Discordance in Perceptions of Barriers to Breast Cancer Treatment Between Hispanic Women and Their Providers
Swapna Reddy, Mary Saxon, Nina Patel, Matthew Speer, Tiffany Ziegler, Nirali Patel, Madison Ziegler, Stephany Esquivel, Andrea Daniella Mata, Asha Devineni, Pooja Paode, Nitika Thawani, and Subhakar Mutyala
Cole Relaxation Frequency as a Prognostic Parameter for Breast Cancer
William D. Gregory, Shahila Mehboob Christie, John Shell, Georges J. Nahhas, Maharaj Singh, and Wendy Mikkelson
Dancing During Labor: Are Women Down to Boogie?
Drew A. Horter, Kayla Heslin, Marie Forgie, Emily Malloy, and Jessica J. F. Kram