Why Does It Seem Like Policy Makers Ignore Evidence?

I have a 50-second elevator speech that emphasizes my dual credentials: I am a 4th-year PhD student at Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing & Health Innovation, and I bring to this effort my 22-year history as a cancer survivor and activist. My research focus is cancer rehabilitation. Research published in 2015 indicates that […]

Posted by Nancy Litterman Howe on February 1st, 2020

Welcome to Nancy Howe’s Blog: A Basic Primer on Cancer Rehabilitation

My research interest is physical activity and cancer survivorship. It’s personal for me. I was diagnosed with head and neck cancer more than 20 years ago and my prognosis wasn’t encouraging. I believe my recovery was improved because I was physically active before, during, and after treatment. What is the Field of Cancer Rehabilitation?  Since […]

Posted by Nancy Litterman Howe on January 23rd, 2020