ONS IOL 2009 Meeting
Patients with malignant wounds can suffer from significant pain, but the providers at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa found topical morphine can dampen the discomfort associated with these lesions
Cancer is a disease of aging yet, often, older adults do not receive the same aggressive treatment as other patients.
Oral mucositis is a common side effect of both chemotherapy and radiation that patients find distressing, yet there are interventions that seem to help.
Laboratory tests performed on patients receiving chemotherapy often fall outside normal parameters, necessitating modifications to the plan of care.
Cancer patients often experience respiratory complications, whether related to the malignancy or treatment with radiation to the chest area or chemotherapy.
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