Results of a perception survey revealed major deficits in education, screening, and treatment among patients with cancer.
An observational study determined that 90-minute rapid infusions of daratumumab for RRMM was safe and well-tolerated.
A literature review found that clinically indicated replacement of PIVs is better for older patients with cancer compared with timed replacement.
Literature review prompts a call for randomized, controlled trials comparing oral and IV dexamethasone prophylaxis in the setting of paclitaxel administration.
Planned provision of patient assistance was key in this program developed to reduce the number of falls and fall-related injuries in hospitalized patients with cancer.
Researchers identified factors for increased risk of clinically significant fatigue among women who underwent surgery for gynecologic cancers.
In a study, only androgen deprivation therapy with oral antiandrogens were associated with an increased risk for dementia and Alzheimer disease.
Using a grading system for skin flare reactions increases potential for continuing administration of mogamulizumab despite the occurrence of this adverse effect.
This crossover study evaluated the effects of using standard-weight weighted blankets as a source of increased deep touch pressure.
A large cross-sectional cohort study investigated the relationship between hearing loss and measures of neurocognition in survivors of childhood cancers.