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Side Effect Management

Kristie L. Kahl
While previous studies showed bright white light therapy could prevent cancer-related fatigue, researchers also found it improves poor sleep efficiency among a variety of tumor types.
Kristie L. Kahl
Israeli study shows cannabis is safe and effective for the palliative treatment of patients with cancer.
Jessica Skarzynski
Open-label placebos may indeed have a positive effect on cancer-related fatigue in survivors, according to recent research.
Bonnie Annis
High cholesterol is a huge problem in America today, but are the statin drugs used to control high cholesterol potentially dangerous? Could these medications pose a health risk to cancer patients?
Martha Carlson
This cancer patient undertook a brain training regimen to knock out chemobrain.
Ghassan K. Abou-Alfa, MD, shares his excitement over the use of immunotherapy for liver cancer in 2018, and highlights research initiatives that are studying its potential in combination with other therapies.
Ghassan K. Abou-Alfa, MD, advises patients on what to expect from treatment with immunotherapy, including how your doctor monitors treatment response and manages adverse effects.
Kathy LaTour
Cancer offers a number of opportunities to be in pain, not only during treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, but also from late effects such as peripheral neuropathy.
 
Kristie L. Kahl
“Our take home message here is that all women receiving lymph node dissection, whether it is axillary or sentinel, should receive physical therapy to regain range of motion more quickly after surgery, and thus, help maintain physical functioning,” said Electra D. Paskett, Ph.D., MO.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Yes, some of it is. For years before chemo, I have gone into a room and forgotten why I was there. I have never been good with names, and it has gotten worse. But chemo fog is different.
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