The immune-related AE, immune-mediated diarrhea and colitis, can have a limited course or may exist for long-term periods.
Investigators sought to determine the efficacy of using electronic PRO systems to monitor and manage symptoms in patients with advanced and metastatic cancer.
Using a self-report questionnaire, investigators sought to distinct insomnia syndrome distinct from sleep disturbance in patients with cancer.
Incorporating 2 standardized documents into the process for supportive care measures improved outcomes for patients receiving HD-MTX.
Literature review highlights barriers and aids to breastfeeding for breast cancer survivors.
Retrospective analysis demonstrates the value in distinguishing between these conditions to salvage chemotherapy and/or targeted therapy dose in patients with cancer.
The effect of fertility preservation on reproductive outcomes for breast cancer survivors after their treatment is completed was investigated in this Swedish study.
Researchers compared adverse effect incidence with lapatinib administration at 3 different times of the day.
These strategies follow an overarching recommendation for a stepwise approach that ranges from patient education to pharmaceutical intervention.
A review of data from NHANES revealed some surprising findings regarding the quality of cancer survivors’ diet compared with their perceptions of it.
Among some patients with myelodysplastic syndrome, gene expression signatures appear to be predictive of response and primary resistance to azacitidine.
Gratitude and its ability to improve coping skills in patients with cancer are explained, as well as exercises for practicing it.
Oncology Nursing Society released evidence-based guidelines for managing radiodermatitis in patients with cancer undergoing radiotherapy.
A secondary analysis of data from a randomized study evaluated efficacy of evidence-informed symptom guides in nurse-led telephone encounters to manage symptoms in patients initiating chemotherapy.
This review discusses how medical physicists and dosimetrists ensure the effectiveness of radiotherapy in the treatment of cancer.
Researchers sought to determine the benefits of longer-term therapeutics for patients with cancer.
Researchers explored the effectiveness of using an iPad-based, interactive game to educate first-time chemotherapy patients on prevention and self-management of CINV.
The editors present an interview with Joanna Morales of Cancer Triage featuring questions from attendees of the 2020 ONA Virtual Navigation Summit.
Although psychological distress was not improved, this tailored intervention addressed other potential gaps in care needs of patients with gynecologic cancers undergoing RT.
Despite some concerns, a survey of physicians and patients with cancer at a Houston cancer center showed satisfaction among both groups.