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Fatigue is an extremely common symptom in cancer patients, often producing a deleterious effect on quality of life. It is most commonly the consequence of anemia, which results from the cancer itself or therapy. Considerable interest exists as to whether the use of recombinant human...
Actinic keratosis is the third most common reason for dermatologist visits in the US. Treatments include local excision or destruction by means of cryotherapy or curettage, chemical destruction by topical fluorouracil cream and solution, photodynamic therapy with aminolevulinic acid,...
Although pain management is one of many domains in the care of the dying child, pain is a common symptom which needs to be prioritized and treated meticulously. Pain may be caused by the underlying illness or adverse effects related to medical interventions and treatment, or may be unrelated to...
The goal of cancer treatment is not just prolonged life but improvement in disease-related symptoms without compromising the patient’s ability to carry out normal activities. Unfortunately, the toxicities associated with common chemotherapeutic treatments frequently cause adverse events that are...
Despite radical cystectomy for muscle-invasive bladder cancer, approximately 50% of patients with this disease will develop metastatic progression. Neoadjuvant systemic chemotherapy can be administered to decrease the risk of recurrence. Multiple randomized trials have addressed the effect of...
Despite significant advances in our understanding of the molecular biology of cancer, currently available chemotherapeutic agents offer little or no benefit over best supportive care in patients with certain tumor types. These hard-to-treat cancers are often either primarily refractory to...
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