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Perception of subjective lived experiences of individuals with anorexia-cachexia in patients with advanced lung cancer.

Cancer cachexia (CC) is a frequent and debilitating syndrome in patients with cancer. It has serious implications for patients, extending beyond physical problems into psychological, and social domains. The objective of our study was to qualitatively understand the experiences related...
🗓️ 2023-10-10
Read MorePerception of subjective lived experiences of individuals with anorexia-cachexia in patients with advanced lung cancer.

Cachexia and Sarcopenia in Oligometastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Making a Potential Curable Disease Incurable?

Among patients with advanced NSCLC, there is a group of patients with synchronous oligometastatic disease (sOMD), defined as a limited number of metastases detected at the time of diagnosis. As cachexia and sarcopenia are linked to poor survival, incorporating this...
🗓️ 2024-01-04
Read MoreCachexia and Sarcopenia in Oligometastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Making a Potential Curable Disease Incurable?

Body composition and lung cancer-associated cachexia in TRACERx.

Cancer-associated cachexia (CAC) is a major contributor to morbidity and mortality in individuals with non-small cell lung cancer. Key features of CAC include alterations in body composition and body weight. Here, we explore the association between body composition and body...
🗓️ 2023-04-12
📰 Publication: Nat Med
Read MoreBody composition and lung cancer-associated cachexia in TRACERx.

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