Quality of life for patients with CIPN was improved by wearing frozen gloves during treatment. Researchers reported in an oral presentation at ESMO 2017 Congress that the gloves reduced symptoms even though long-term differences in neuropathy were not observed.
Sarcopenia is significantly associated with dose reductions but not with dose-limiting toxicities at initiation of CAPOX-B reinduction therapy in patients with mCRC, researchers reported at ESMO 2017 Congress.
Investigators report that administering cannabis to patients with cancer undergoing immunotherapy was found to lower the response rate to therapy but had no effect on PFS or OS, in an oral presentation at ESMO 2017 Congress.
Researchers reported trends of aggressiveness of cancer care near the end of life (ACCEoL) have remained unchanged in adult patients despite increasing resources for integrated palliative care in a presentation at ESMO 2017 Congress.
Patients with multiple myeloma treated with daratumumab who experience IRRs may easily be managed by administering pre-infusion and postinfusion medications, investigators reported in a presentation at ESMO 2017 Congress.
Administering niraparib to patients with recurrent ovarian cancer after CR or PR to platinum-based chemotherapy may allow patients to continuously maintain QOL during treatment, reported researchers in presentation at ESMO 2017 Congress.
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