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Side Effect Management

Kristie L. Kahl
Researchers found that those who experienced a potentially burdensome end-of-life transition, were more likely not to receive hospice care.
Katie Kosko
The medication plinabulin is currently being tested in clinical trials to see its benefits in treating chemotherapy-induced neutropenia.
Jessica Skarzynski
A recent study has found that real acupuncture can not only reduce a patient's cancer pain from various types of cancer, but also reduce their painkiller use.
Kristie L. Kahl
Increasing doses, cutting pills and self-tapering of opioids can lead to safety risks for patients with cancer; however, this is an issue that often goes unaddressed.
Kristie L. Kahl
Concurrent chemoradiotherapy with proton radiation can reduce short-term side effects that caused unplanned hospitalizations, with similar disease-free and overall survival, compared with photon radiation.
 
Kathy Latour
Recurrence isn’t the only long-term complication cancer patients may face but understanding these potential challenges can help you mitigate many problems beforehand.
Tom Castles
A new wave of psychedelic research is changing the way patients with cancer live and die.
Shira Zwebner
How do you heal your mind when faced with cognitive impairment after cancer treatment?
Arlene Weintraub
Cancer can trigger symptoms that seem as mysterious as their name: paraneoplastic syndromes.
Katie Kosko
Just one class on improving sleep may help curb chronic insomnia in cancer survivors, according to study findings published in Cancer.
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