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Volume: 13

1. Cancer Worry Experiences among Colorectal Cancer Patients and Families who have a Family History of Colorectal Cancer. Page:313—321
2. The Experiences of Adolescents' Suffering from Cancer: Breaking out of the withdrawn Ego. Page:304—312
3. Prioritization of Research Topics of Korean Oncology Nurses. Page:295—303
4. Pain Intensity, Pain Control and Pain Control Barriers between Cancer Patients and their Nurses. Page:287—294
5. Optimism and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Breast Cancer Patients. Page:280—286
6. Performance Status and Resilience in Patients with Colorectal Cancer. Page:273—279
7. Death Perceptions, Death Anxiety, and Attitudes to Death in Oncology Nurses. Page:265—272
8. A Study on the Factors Affecting Resilience in Patients with Colon Cancer. Page:256—264
9. Health-related Quality of Life and Depression after Radical Prostatectomy or Hormonal Therapy. Page:248—255
10. Attitude to Death and Life Satisfaction between Groups of Elderly People with and without Cancer. Page:240—247
11. Development and Evaluation of Learning Program for Oncology Unit-based Core Nursing Practice: Outcomes based Cancer Patients Pain Management Learning Program. Page:231—239
12. Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients. Page:222—230
13. A Study on Vascular Pain Due to Gemcitabine and According to Clinical Factors. Page:210—221
14. Patient's Cognition toward the Disclosure of Cancer Diagnosis. Page:59—66
15. Factors Influencing Medication Adherence to Oral Anticancer Drugs. Page:201—209
16. Mood State, Interaction Anxiety and Quality of Life of Cancer Patients with Chemotherapy-induced Alopecia. Page:193—200
17. The Effects of P6 Acupressure and Guided Imagery on Nausea, Vomiting, Retching and Anorexia of the Patients with Thyroid Cancer Undergoing Radioactive Iodine Therapy. Page:184—192
18. Effects of Music Therapy on Anxiety, Depression and Fatigue in Cancer Patients Undergoing Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy. Page:175—183
19. The Effects of Pain Management Education on Knowledge, Concern, and Attitude about Pain Management in Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy in Outpatient Settings. Page:95—102
20. Factors Affecting Sexual Function of Breast Cancer Women After Receiving Cancer Treatment. Page:85—94
21. Difference of Oral Mucositis in Hospitalized Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy. Page:76—84
22. Analysis of Symptoms and Provided Services in Home-Based Cancer Patients. Page:67—75
23. The Effects of Logotherapy on Meaning of Life of Early Adolescents with Cancer. Page:49—57
24. Parenting Stress and Information Needs at the End of Treatment after Complete Remission of Leukemia. Page:43—48
25. Health Care Utilization in Women with Cervical Cancer and Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia. Page:37—42
26. Predictors Associated with Repeated Papanicolaou Smear for Cervical Cancer Screening. Page:28—36
27. Husbands' Caring Experiences for Women with Breast Cancer in Korea. Page:18—27
28. Comparison of Climacteric Symptoms and Cognitive Impairment in Breast Cancer Survivors and Healthy Women. Page:11—17
29. A Meta-analysis of Intervention on Depression in Cancer Patients. Page:1—10
30. Experience of Colorectal Cancer Survival Journeys: Born Again after Going Through an Altered Self Image. Page:163—173
31. Phenomenology of the Experiences of Women with Thyroidectomy. Page:152—162
32. Symptom and Interference of Activities of Daily Living of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy in Patients Receiving Taxanes and Platinums. Page:145—151
33. A Comparative Study of Life Styles between Lung Cancer Patients and Healthy Adults. Page:136—144
34. Effects of Human Papilloma Virus on related Education for Female High School Students. Page:128—135
35. The Factors Influencing Quality of Life in Women with Breast Cancer. Page:121—127
36. Predictive Factors for Depression in Breast Cancer Survivors. Page:113—120
37. Recent Advances in Management of Cancer Treatment-induced Bone Loss (CTIBL) in Patients with Breast or Prostate Cancer. Page:103—112