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Side Effect Management

Kristie L. Kahl
Shared decision-making with health care providers can help to implement a comprehensive pain assessment at baseline and improve outcomes among patients with metastatic cancer.
Brielle Benyon
A recent clinical trial is examining the combination regimen of netupitant plus palonosetron (NEPA), with hopes that it can curb nausea and vomiting both before and after chemotherapy in patients with peripheral T-cell lymphoma, Hodgkin lymphoma, mantle cell lymphoma and diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.
Bonnie Annis
In a follow-up post, one survivor explores the use of CBD products and shares how they've helped manage her post-cancer pain.
Theresa Sullivan Barger
Patients speak up on the rarely discussed side effects of gynecologic cancers.
Amin A. Ramzan, M.D.
Many patients suffer from chronic pain, making opioids essential for care.
MIKE HENNESSY, SR.
"We hope these thoughts on the prevention of, and awareness about, GI cancers and their side effects will be helpful to patients, survivors and caregivers alike," says CEO and Chairman Mike Hennessy, Sr. 
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Anemia is so intertwined with cancer that every current patient and survivor should know about it.
Felicia Mitchell
Breast cancer treatment is a life-saver but also can have side effects, including some related to shoulder pain. It is good to start doing the exercises as soon as the doctor recommends it. After that, a regular tune-up with a physical therapist can help.
Bonnie Annis
Can medical grade marijuana and CBD help with residual pain after a cancer diagnosis, and why is it so scary for a survivor to ask for it?
Katie Kosko
Hot flashes, fatigue and other symptoms related to cancer may be improved through acupunc­ture.
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