Click on the category of interest to find out more about active research projects in Biobehavioral Sciences.
Through interventions and assessments, we are defining strategies for enhancing quality of life after cancer treatment. Particular foci include long-term and late effects of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Cognitive changes can result from chemotherapy, analgesics or other etiologies during cancer treatment. We are studying outcomes, risks and treatments.
We have a major commitment to improving cancer pain treatment through pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic research.
We collaborate with a number of other Cancer Research Groups.
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