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Biobehavioral Mechanisms of Behavioral and Psychological Influences on Cancer

2013 Special Issue on Cancer in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity

Advances in Cancer and Brain, Behavior, and Immunity: A Decade of Progress
Volume 30, Supplement, Pages S1-S170, 1-2 (15 March 2013)

Edited by Susan Lutgendorf and Paige Green

Sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI)
Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch

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Review Articles
Nervous system regulation of the cancer genome Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S10-S18
Steven W. Cole

Neuroendocrine influences on cancer progression Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S19-S25
Guillermo N. Armaiz-Pena, Steven W. Cole, Susan K. Lutgendorf, Anil K. Sood

The influence of glucocorticoid signaling on tumor progression Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S26-S31
Paul A. Volden, Suzanne D. Conzen

Surgery and stress promote cancer metastasis: New outlooks on perioperative mediating mechanisms and immune involvement Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S32-S40
Elad Neeman, Shamgar Ben-Eliyahu

Psychosocial stress and inflammation in cancer Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S41-S47
N.D. Powell, A.J. Tarr, J.F. Sheridan

Inflammation and cancer-related fatigue: Mechanisms, contributing factors, and treatment implications Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S48-S57
Julienne E. Bower, Donald M. Lamkin

Sleep disturbance, inflammation and depression risk in cancer survivors Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S58-S67
Michael R. Irwin, Richard E. Olmstead, Patricia A. Ganz, Reina Haque

Biobehavioral influences on recovery following hematopoietic stem cell transplantation Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S68-S74
Erin S. Costanzo, Mark B. Juckett, Christopher L. Coe

Effects and potential mechanisms of exercise training on cancer progression: A translational perspective Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S75-S87
Allison S. Betof, Mark W. Dewhirst, Lee W. Jones

Psychosocial intervention effects on adaptation, disease course and biobehavioral processes in cancer Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S88-S98
Michael H. Antoni

Original Research Articles
Does tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α) play a role in post-chemotherapy cerebral dysfunction? Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S99-S108
Patricia A. Ganz, J.E. Bower, L. Kwan, S.A. Castellon, D.H.S. Silverman, C. Geist, E.C. Breen, M.R. Irwin, S.W. Cole

Reduced hippocampal volume and verbal memory performance associated with interleukin-6 and tumor necrosis factor-alpha levels in chemotherapy-treated breast cancer survivors Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S109-S116
Shelli Kesler, Michelle Janelsins, Della Koovakkattu, Oxana Palesh, Karen Mustian, Gary Morrow, Firdaus S. Dhabhar

Frontal gray matter reduction after breast cancer chemotherapy and association with executive symptoms: A replication and extension study Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S117-S125
Brenna C. McDonald, Susan K. Conroy, Dori J. Smith, John D. West, Andrew J. Saykin

Cortisol and inflammatory processes in ovarian cancer patients following primary treatment: Relationships with depression, fatigue, and disability Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S126-S134
Andrew Schrepf, Lauren Clevenger, Desire Christensen, Koen DeGeest, David Bender, Amina Ahmed, Michael J. Goodheart, Laila Dahmoush, Frank Penedo, Joseph A. Lucci III, Parvin Ganjei-Azar, Luis Mendez, Kristian Markon, David M. Lubaroff, Premal H. Thaker, George M. Slavich, Anil K. Sood, Susan K. Lutgendorf

Early impact of social isolation and breast tumor progression in mice Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S135-S141
Kelley S. Madden, Mercedes J. Szpunar, Edward B. Brown

The effect of pre-transplant distress on immune reconstitution among adult autologous hematopoietic cell transplantation patients Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S142-S148
Bonnie A. McGregor, Karen L. Syrjala, Emily D. Dolan, Shelby L. Langer, Mary Redman

Childhood adversity increases vulnerability for behavioral symptoms and immune dysregulation in women with breast cancer Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S149-S162
Linda Witek Janusek, Dina Tell, Kevin Albuquerque, Herbert L. Mathews

Diurnal cortisol rhythm as a predictor of lung cancer survival Exit Disclaimer [Download PDF]
Pages S163-S170
Sandra E. Sephton, Elizabeth Lush, Eric A. Dedert, Andrea R. Floyd, Whitney N. Rebholz, Firdaus S. Dhabhar, David Spiegel, Paul Salmon

Background

The special issue on cancer in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity commemorates the tenth anniversary of the 2003 Brain, Behavior, and Immunity supplement, "Biological Mechanisms of Psychosocial Effects on Disease: Implications for Cancer Control exit disclaimer," a landmark volume on biobehavioral mechanisms of behavioral and psychological influences on cancer.

The 2013 synthesizes seminal research; showcases new empirical findings; and outlines future directions for basic, experimental and clinical research of behavioral, neural, endocrine, and immune system interactions in cancer. Manuscripts presenting original data and invited mini-reviews are featured from leading experts in basic biobehavioral and psychological sciences.

Biological Mechanisms of Psychosocial Effects on Disease: Implications for Cancer Control exit disclaimer
Volume 17, Issue 1, Supplement 1 Pages 1-134, (15 February 2003)
Edited by Andrew H. Miller
"Biological Mechanisms of Psychosocial Effects on Disease: Implications for Cancer Control" is a product of the Biological Mechanisms of Psychosocial Effects on Disease (BiMPED) initiative sponsored by the NCI Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch (BBPSB) [formerly the Basic Biobehavioral Research Branch (BBRB)]. BBPSB, the NCI Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine, the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal, and Skin Diseases, and the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research provided fiscal support for this publication.
The objective of our BiMPED initiative was to evaluate the state-of-the-science in psychoneuroimmunology and related fields, and the applicability of this research to cancer control. Articles in the 2003 special issue of Brain, Behavior, and Immunity were based on presentations from the BiMPED scientific meeting sponsored by BBPSB in March 2002. The special issue also features scientific commentaries from senior and emerging leaders in cancer-related psychoneuroimmunology. These leaders offer their unique perspective on the opportunities and challenges for future research.

Contents

Biological Mechanisms of Psychosocial Effects on Disease: Implications for Cancer Control Exit Disclaimer

  1. Biological mechanisms of psychosocial effects on disease: Implications for cancer control Exit Disclaimer, Pages 1-4
    Michael Stefanek and Paige Green
  2. Catecholamines, sympathetic innervation, and immunity Exit Disclaimer, Pages 5-10
    Kelley S. Madden
  3. Mechanisms of stress-induced modulation of immunity Exit Disclaimer, Pages 11-16
    Jan A. Moynihan
  4. The HPA Axis, SNS, and Immunity: A Commentary Exit Disclaimer, Page 17
    John Sheridan
  5. Stressed to death: Implication of lymphocyte apoptosis for psychoneuroimmunology Exit Disclaimer, Pages 18-26
    Yufang Shi, Satish Devadas, Kristy M. Greeneltch, Deling Yin, R. Allan Mufson and Jian-nian Zhou
  6. The promotion of tumor metastasis by surgery and stress: Immunological basis and implications for psychoneuroimmunology Exit Disclaimer, Pages 27-36
    Shamgar Ben-Eliyahu
  7. Stress-induced immunomodulation: Implications for tumorigenesis Exit Disclaimer, Pages 37-40
    Eric V. Yang and Ronald Glaser
  8. Sleep in host defense Exit Disclaimer, Pages 41-47
    James M. Krueger, Jeannine A. Majde and Ferenc Obál, Jr.
  9. Circadian disruption and cancer: Sleep and immune regulation Exit Disclaimer, Pages 48-50
    Dana H. Bovbjerg
  10. Conditioned immunomodulation: Research needs and directions Exit Disclaimer, Pages 51-57
    Robert Ader
  11. Conditioning, cancer, and immune regulation Exit Disclaimer, Pages 58-61
    Dana H. Bovbjerg
  12. An interdisciplinary research model to investigate psychosocial cofactors in disease: Application to HIV-1 pathogenesis Exit Disclaimer, Pages 62-72
    Margaret E. Kemeny
  13. Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal alterations in PTSD: Are they relevant to understanding cortisol alterations in cancer? Exit Disclaimer, Pages 73-83
    Rachel Yehuda
  14. Psychoneuroendocrinology and psychoneuroimmunology of cancer: Plausible mechanisms worth pursuing? Exit Disclaimer, Pages 84-91
    Michael H. Antoni
  15. Individual differences, immunity, and cancer: Lessons from personality psychology Exit Disclaimer, Pages 92-97
    Suzanne C. Segerstrom
  16. Loneliness and pathways to disease, Pages 98-105
    Louise C. Hawkley and John T. Cacioppo
  17. Individual differences and immune function: Implications for cancer Exit Disclaimer, Pages 106-108
    Susan K. Lutgendorf
  18. Examining psychosocial factors related to cancer incidence and progression: In search of the silver lining Exit Disclaimer, Pages 109-111
    Kathi L. Heffner, Timothy J. Loving, Theodore F. Robles and Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser
  19. Cytokine-induced sickness behavior Exit Disclaimer, Pages 112-118
    Keith W. Kelley, Rose-Marie Bluthé, Robert Dantzer, Jian-Hua Zhou, Wen-Hong Shen, Rodney W. Johnson and Suzanne R. Broussard
  20. Cytokines and depression: The need for a new paradigm Exit Disclaimer, Pages 119-124
    Lucile Capuron and Robert Dantzer
  21. Immune-to-central nervous system communication and its role in modulating pain and cognition: Implications for cancer and cancer treatment Exit Disclaimer, Pages 125-131
    Steven F. Maier and Linda R. Watkins
  22. Cytokines and sickness behavior: Implications for cancer care and control Exit Disclaimer, Pages 132-134
    Andrew H. Miller