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Cancer-related cognitive dysfunction is an important clinical probem that can interfere with the daily functioning, work productivity, childcare, and other responsibilities of women with a history of breast cancer. Risks of cancer-related cognitive impairment include cancer and cancer treatment, as well as patient-related vulnerabilities. There is ...

By GORICA VUKSANOVIĆ, JELENA MARIĆ, OLIVERA KALAJDŽIĆ, IVANA ZEČEVIĆ, SANDRA MATOVIC, SINIŠA RISTIĆ

There is a daily increase in the number of patients with malignant diseases, but with the advances in modern oncology research, the number of survivors treated with malignant diseases is becoming larger and larger. The survival rate after completing oncology therapy is increasing on a daily basis, so that malignant diseases belonging to the categor...

By SLAĐANA POPOVIĆ, SRĐAN POPOVIĆ, NIKOLINA DUKIĆ, JELENA VLADIČIĆ-MAŠIĆ, OLIVERA ČANČAR

Surgical treatment of locally advanced gastrointestinal cancer alone does not exhibit satisfactory local disease control and survival rate. The advantage of using radio and chemotherapy at this stage is to reduce the likelihood of developing local recurrence with an extension of survival time, while the disadvantages are the increase in postoperati...

By LJILJANA VASIĆ

Neoadjuvant approach or preoperative use of radiotherapy and chemotherapy in the treatment of locally advanced rectal cancer has led to a significant improvement in local control of the disease by reducing the percentage of local recidives. Furthermore, it has improved the quality of life since the number of sphincter sparing resections has been in...

By LJILJANA VASIĆ