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Cancer Complications

Cancer Complications

Ten percent of advanced cancer patients have developed delirium, but it is often missed by emergency department physicians.

Young adult female cancer survivors have unmet informational needs regarding reproductive issues and decisional conflict regarding fertility preservation.

A new study has suggested two new ways to report on adverse events in the era of molecularly targeted therapies.

Cognitive behavioral therapy may reduce long-term memory-related issues linked to chemotherapy treatment in cancer survivors.

While oncologic emergencies are common among cancer patients, they can often be avoided with close monitoring, early intervention, and ongoing patient education.

Cancer patients have an increased risk of several common mental disorders, including depression and anxiety, beginning almost a year prior to the diagnosis.

Risk-stratification based on a biomarker and associated prophylaxis could help reduce the incidence of graft-vs-host disease in patients undergoing haploidentical transplantation.


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