Despite having a high awareness of music therapy, many clinicians do not understand how it works or how to refer patients.
Mock emergency drills conducted at an ambulatory cancer center focused on scenarios dealing with respiratory distress, stroke, and use of an evacuation chair to ensure staff had experience reacting to these emergencies.
Comprehensive geriatric assessment was shown to effectively identify vulnerability to AEs in patients with HNC across all ages.
Although all recommendations were endorsed, an expert panel also added discussion points regarding treatments for reducing skeletal-related events in and improving survival in patients with bone metastases.
All patients in this study reported positive behavioral change as much as 4.5 years after treatment with a single dose of psilocybin.
Results of this study showed no improvement in the rate of 30-day hospital readmission for patients with cancer undergoing pancreatectomy between 2005 and 2011.
[Cancer Management and Research] A single-institution study that evaluated the efficacy and safety of apatinib, a specific TKI, in patients aged 16 years and older with advanced osteosarcoma progressing on chemotherapy showed that some AEs may be markers for improved PFS and clinical benefit rate.
Outpatient management via an OFTC resulted in a more specialized, targeted approach to complications/side effects in pediatric patients undergoing chemotherapy and fewer hospital admissions.
Immune-related adverse events are experienced by many patients receiving immune checkpoint modulators (ICMs) and can manifest in a wide range of organ systems.
Olanzapine added to triplet antiemetic therapy, has been shown to reduce risk of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, but can cause daytime sleepiness.