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One of the most common side effects of radiation therapy is a skin condition called radiation dermatitis.
November 23rd 2021
By Brielle Benyon
Immunotherapy side effects are a different than those of chemotherapy and other cancer treatments. Patients should know when to seek emergency care and what to communicate to clinicians.
November 19th 2021
With three BTK inhibitors approved for treatment of mantle cell lymphoma, patients and providers should consider side effects and insurance coverage before deciding on a drug.
November 17th 2021
By Darlene Dobkowski, MA
Although the risk for myocarditis related to immune checkpoint inhibitors is an estimated 1%, findings from a recent study highlight the need for improved ways to screen and treat for this potential side effect.
November 9th 2021
Exercising during and after cancer treatment remains important for patients and building up endurance over time can help make goals less daunting, an expert said.
November 4th 2021
By Colleen Moretti
Patients who experience side effects due to immune checkpoint inhibitors are 80% more likely to go to the emergency room and have 30% higher monthly medical costs, compared to patients who did not have side effects.
By Ryan McDonald
The FDA’s recommendations are aimed at helping individuals and patients with breast cancer make better informed decisions about the decision to receive breast implants, according to experts.
November 3rd 2021
Patients with breast cancer are turning to medical marijuana to manage symptoms of their disease and treatment, although conversation with health care teams are not occurring as often.
November 1st 2021
Lymphedema can cause swelling, discomfort and body image issues for patients with breast cancer, but nighttime compression may help reduce the effects of the complication.
October 21st 2021
By Antonia DePace
A new T-cell therapy can be highly effective in treating BKV-associated hemorrhagic cystitis while minimizing side effects.
October 12th 2021
After being diagnosed with cancer, patients should see their dentist as soon as possible, explained Dr. Susan Calderbank.
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