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Andrea Barsevick, PhD

Contact Dr. Barsevick

834 Chestnut Street
The Franklin Building, Suite 314
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-4623
(215) 503-9506 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Post-treatment problems of African American breast cancer survivors
  2. Validity and Reliability of the Taiwanese Version of the General Fatigue Scale in Cancer Patients
  3. Management of cancer-related fatigue during chemotherapy through telephone motivational interviewing: Modeling and randomized exploratory trial
  4. Biological pathways, candidate genes, and molecular markers associated with quality-of-life domains: an update
  5. Risk and outcomes of chemotherapy-induced diarrhea (CID) among patients with colorectal cancer receiving multi-cycle chemotherapy
  6. Biological pathways, candidate genes, and molecular markers associated with quality-of-life domains: an update
  7. Comparison of groups with different patterns of symptom cluster intensity across the Breast Cancer Treatment Trajectory
  8. Subgroups of cancer patients with unique pain and fatigue experiences during chemotherapy
  9. Recommendations for high-priority research on cancer-related fatigue in children and adults
  10. The personal patient profile-prostate decision support for men with localized prostate cancer: A multi-center randomized trial
  11. Preparing individuals to communicate genetic test results to their relatives: Report of a randomized control trial
  12. Cancer-related fatigue and its impact on functioning
  13. Predictors of depression in breast cancer patients treated with radiation: Role of prior chemotherapy and nuclear factor kappa B
  14. Cancer symptom cluster research: New perspectives and tools
  15. Common biological pathways underlying the psychoneurological symptom cluster in cancer patients
  16. Clinical subgroups of a psychoneurologic symptom cluster in women receiving treatment for breast cancer: A secondary analysis
  17. Patients' experiences with cancer-related fatigue: A review and Synthesis of qualitative research
  18. I'm so tired: Biological and genetic mechanisms of cancer-related fatigue
  19. Scientific imperatives, clinical implications, and theoretical underpinnings for the investigation of the relationship between genetic variables and patient-reported quality-of-life outcomes
  20. Studying cancer-related fatigue: Report of the NCCN scientific research committee