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Physician skin cancer screening among U.S. military veterans: Results from the National Health Interview Survey.

Elliot J Coups, Baichen Xu, Carolyn J Heckman, Sharon L Manne, Jerod L Stapleton,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Although military veterans are at increased risk for skin cancer, little is known about the extent to which they have been screened for skin cancer. The study objective was to examine the prevalence and correlates of physician skin cancer screening among U.S. military veterans.<h4>Methods</h4>Data were drawn from the National Health ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2021, 16(5):e0251785]

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Association of Body Mass Index, Central Obesity, and Body Composition With Mortality Among Black Breast Cancer Survivors.

Elisa V Bandera, Bo Qin, Yong Lin, Nur Zeinomar, Baichen Xu, Dhanya Chanumolu, Adana A M Llanos, Coral O Omene, Karen S Pawlish, Christine B Ambrosone, Kitaw Demissie, Chi-Chen Hong,

<h4>Importance</h4>Obesity disproportionately affects Black women, who also have a higher risk of death after a breast cancer diagnosis compared with women of other racial/ethnic groups. However, few studies have evaluated the association of measures of adiposity with mortality among Black breast cancer survivors.<h4>Objective</h4>To assess the association of measures of adiposity ... Read more >>

JAMA Oncol (JAMA oncology)
[2021, :]

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Prevalence and Location of Indoor Tanning Among High School Students in New Jersey 5 Years After the Enactment of Youth Access Restrictions.

Jerod L Stapleton, Mary Hrywna, Elliot J Coups, Cris Delnevo, Carolyn J Heckman, Baichen Xu,

<h4>Importance</h4>Several state governments have enacted bans on the use of indoor tanning beds at tanning salons among minors, but studies of the association of such restrictions with tanning behavior have produced mixed results. Little is known about the prevalence of tanning in nonsalon locations that are typically not covered by ... Read more >>

JAMA Dermatol (JAMA dermatology)
[2020, 156(11):1223-1227]

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Predictors of health-related quality of life among Hispanic and non-Hispanic White breast cancer survivors in New Jersey.

Gulaiim Almatkyzy, Cynthia M Mojica, Antoinette M Stroup, Adana A M Llanos, Denalee O'Malley, Baichen Xu, Jennifer Tsui,

<h4>Purpose</h4>To examine predictors of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in Hispanic and non-Hispanic White (NHW) breast cancer (BC) survivors.<h4>Design</h4>Cross-sectional study using survey data.<h4>Participants</h4>Women diagnosed with BC at ages 21-79 years, between 2012-2014, recruited from the New Jersey State Cancer Registry.<h4>Methods</h4>HRQoL was assessed using the Functional Assessment Cancer Therapy (FACT-G) instrument. Descriptive ... Read more >>

J Psychosoc Oncol (Journal of psychosocial oncology)
[2021, 39(5):595-612]

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Feasibility of FitSurvivor: A technology-enhanced group-based fitness intervention for adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer.

Katie A Devine, Adrienne Viola, Kristine Levonyan-Radloff, Nicholas Mackowski, Brittany Bozzini, Alexa Chandler, Baichen Xu, Pamela Ohman-Strickland, Sherri Mayans, Anne Farrar-Anton, Olle Jane Z Sahler, Margaret Masterson, Sharon Manne, Shawn Arent,

<h4>Background</h4>This study evaluated the feasibility of a technology-enhanced group-based fitness intervention for adolescent and young adult (AYA) survivors of childhood cancer.<h4>Procedure</h4>AYA survivors ages 13-25 years were randomized to the intervention (eight in-person group sessions with mobile app and FitBit followed by 4 weeks of app and FitBit only) or waitlist control. Assessments ... Read more >>

Pediatr Blood Cancer (Pediatric blood & cancer)
[2020, 67(9):e28530]

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Intake of vitamin D and calcium, sun exposure, and risk of breast cancer subtypes among black women.

Bo Qin, Baichen Xu, Nan Ji, Song Yao, Karen Pawlish, Adana A M Llanos, Yong Lin, Kitaw Demissie, Christine B Ambrosone, Chi-Chen Hong, Elisa V Bandera,

<h4>Background</h4>The randomized placebo-controlled Vitamin D and Omega-3 Trial suggested a possible benefit of vitamin D on cancer incidence among black individuals. However, data are limited regarding the impact of vitamin D on breast cancer subtypes among African-American/black women, who tend to develop more aggressive forms of breast cancer.<h4>Objectives</h4>We hypothesize that ... Read more >>

Am J Clin Nutr (The American journal of clinical nutrition)
[2020, 111(2):396-405]

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Perspective on the Development of a Large-Scale Clinical Data Repository for Pediatric Hearing Research.

Jeffrey W Pennington, Byron Ruth, Jeffrey M Miller, Joy Peterson, Baichen Xu, Aaron J Masino, Ian Krantz, Juliana Manganella, Tamar Gomes, Derek Stiles, Margaret Kenna, Linda J Hood, John Germiller, E Bryan Crenshaw,

The use of "big data" for pediatric hearing research requires new approaches to both data collection and research methods. The widespread deployment of electronic health record systems creates new opportunities and corresponding challenges in the secondary use of large volumes of audiological and medical data. Opportunities include cost-effective hypothesis generation, ... Read more >>

Ear Hear (Ear and hearing)
[2020, 41(2):231-238]

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The Women's Circle of Health Follow-Up Study: a population-based longitudinal study of Black breast cancer survivors in New Jersey.

Elisa V Bandera, Kitaw Demissie, Bo Qin, Adana A M Llanos, Yong Lin, Baichen Xu, Karen Pawlish, Jesse J Plascak, Jennifer Tsui, Angela R Omilian, William McCann, Song Yao, Christine B Ambrosone, Chi-Chen Hong,

<h4>Purpose</h4>The Women's Circle of Health Follow-Up Study is an ongoing longitudinal study of African American/Black breast cancer survivors in New Jersey, specifically designed to evaluate the impact of obesity and related comorbidities on breast cancer survival and health-related quality-of-life in this understudied population. Here, we describe our recruitment and data ... Read more >>

J Cancer Surviv (Journal of cancer survivorship : research and practice)
[2020, 14(3):331-346]

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Shared Care During Breast and Colorectal Cancer Treatment: Is It Associated With Patient-Reported Care Quality?

Michelle Doose, Jennifer McGee-Avila, Antoinette M Stroup, Jeanne Ferrante, Baichen Xu, Natalia L Herman, Kitaw Demissie, Jennifer Tsui,

There is growing evidence that shared care, where the oncologist, primary care physician, and/or other specialty physicians jointly participate in care, can improve the quality of patients' cancer care. This cross-sectional study of breast and colorectal cancer patients (N = 534) recruited from the New Jersey State Cancer Registry examined ... Read more >>

J Healthc Qual (Journal for healthcare quality : official publication of the National Association for Healthcare Quality)
[2019, 41(5):281-296]

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Factors Associated with Initial Mode of Breast Cancer Detection among Black Women in the Women's Circle of Health Study.

Holly A Szukis, Bo Qin, Cathleen Y Xing, Michelle Doose, Baichen Xu, Jennifer Tsui, Yong Lin, Kim M Hirshfield, Christine B Ambrosone, Kitaw Demissie, Chi-Chen Hong, Elisa V Bandera, Adana A M Llanos,

Mammogram-detected breast cancers have a better prognosis than those identified through clinical breast exam (CBE) or through self-detection, primarily because tumors detected by mammography are more likely to be smaller and do not involve regional nodes. In a sample of 1,322 Black women, aged 40-75 years, diagnosed with breast cancer ... Read more >>

J Oncol (Journal of oncology)
[2019, 2019:3529651]

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Prevalence and correlates of intentional outdoor and indoor tanning among adolescents in the United States: Findings from the FLASHE survey.

Zhaomeng Niu, Veenat Parmar, Baichen Xu, Elliot J Coups, Jerod L Stapleton,

A body of research has focused on adolescents' indoor tanning behaviors but relatively little is known about the prevalence of adolescents' intentional outdoor tanning (time spent outdoors to get a tan). The present study used data from the National Cancer Institute's 2014 Family Life, Activity, Sun, Health and Eating (FLASHE) ... Read more >>

Prev Med Rep (Preventive medicine reports)
[2018, 11:187-190]

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