Christine Hill-Kayser, MD, is a pediatric oncologist in the Cancer Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia with a special interest in proton therapy. She is also chief of the Pediatric Service for the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Hill-Kayser CE, Vachani C, Hampshire MK, Metz JM. High level use and satisfaction with internet-based breast cancer survivorship care plans. Breast J 2011.
Hill-Kayser CE, Vachani C, Hampshire MK, Di Lullo GA, Metz JM. The role of internet-based cancer survivorship care plans in care of the elderly. J Geriatr Oncol 2(1): 58-63, January 2011
Jacobs LA, Palmer SC, Schwartz LA, DeMichele A, Mao J, Carver J, et al. Adult cancer survivorship: evolution, research and planning care. CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians 59: 391-410, November-December 2009.
Hill-Kayser CE, Avery S, James P, Mesina CF, Friedberg JS, Lin LL, et al. Hemithoracic radiotherapy after extrapleural pneumonectomy for malignant pleural mesothelioma: a dosimetric study. Journal of Thoracic Oncology 4(11): 1431-7, November 2009.
Hill-Kayser CE, Vachani C, Hampshire MK, Jacobs LA, Metz JM. An internet tool for creation of cancer survivorship care plans for survivors and health care providers: design, implementation, use and user satisfaction. J Med Internet Res 11(3): e39, September 2009.
Hill-Kayser CE, Vachani C, Hampshire MK, Jacobs LA, Metz JM: Utilization of Internet-Based Survivorship Care Plans by Lung Cancer Survivors. Clinical Lung Cancer 10(5): 347-352, September 2009.
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