A retrospective study was conducted to identify the relationship between Alzheimer disease or other neurocognitive disorders and previous treatment with chemotherapy for colorectal cancer.
A study was conducted to assess the safety and efficacy of fludarabine and cyclophosphamide combined with rituximab for the treatment of chronic lymphocytic leukemia or small lymphocytic lymphoma in elderly patients and those with comorbid conditions.
Incorporating 2 standardized documents into the process for supportive care measures improved outcomes for patients receiving HD-MTX.
Retrospective analysis demonstrates the value in distinguishing between these conditions to salvage chemotherapy and/or targeted therapy dose in patients with cancer.
Comparison of results from 2 phase 3 studies of combination therapies are presented at ASH 2020.
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.
A randomized clinical trial compared a fixed-dose strategy with a physician-directed strategy in patients who missed a premedication dose prior to docetaxel therapy.
Researchers explored the effectiveness of using an iPad-based, interactive game to educate first-time chemotherapy patients on prevention and self-management of CINV.
Key recommendations from the Oncology Nursing Society clinical practice guidelines are presented.
Compared with patients who undergo surgery alone for abdominal or pelvic cancers, those who receive radiation and chemotherapy are at elevated risk for secondary sarcomas.