Conceptualizing Cancer Communication and Aging, Lisa Sparks, H. Dan O'Hair, and Gary L. Kreps.; COMMUNICATING ABOUT CANCER
INFORMATION AND AGING: ISSUES OF PREVENTION, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, AND IDENTITY.; The Impact of Cognitive and Emotive Communication
Barriers on Older Adult Message Processing of Cancer Related Health Information, Lisa Sparks and Monique Mitchell Turner.
Information Seeking in an Information Age: Genomics Online, Roxanne Parrott, Janice Kreiger, Kami Silk, and Nichole Egbert.
Connecting Health, Communication, and Aging: Cancer Communication and Older Adults, Jon F. Nussbaum, Doreen Baringer, Carla
L. Fisher, and Amanda L. Kundrat. Social Identity and Health: An Intergroup Communication Approach to Cancer, Jake Harwood
and Lisa Sparks.; COMMUNICATING ABOUT CANCER SURVIVORSHIP AND AGING: ISSUES OF COMFORT, HEALING, AND SOCIAL SUPPORT.; Comforting
Episodes: Transcendent Experiences of Cancer Survivors, Athena du Pre and Eileen Berlin Ray. Finding Hope and Healing: Composing
and Re-Composing Survivor Identities, Jennifer Ott Anderson and Patricia Geist-Martin. When Black Women Talk About Breast
Cancer: How Health Care Workers Need to Learn to Listen, Margaret Chamberlain Wilmoth, Boyd Davis, and L. Delores Sanders.
Cancer and Older Adults: A Model of Technology and Social Support, James D. Robinson, Jeanine W. Turner, and Teresa L. Thompson.
Online Support Groups among Older Adults with Cancer and their Lay Caregivers, Jim L. Query, Jr. and Kevin B. Wright. When
the Parent Has Cancer: A Life-Span Developmental Approach to Communication Competency, Humor Orientation, and Relational Satisfaction
in the Older Adult Parent-Adult Child Relationship, Elizabeth Harzold and Lisa Sparks.; COMMUNICATING ABOUT CANCER CONTEXTS
AND AGING: ISSUES OF CULTURAL VALUES, SPIRITUALITY, AND END OF LIFE.