Adverse Events

Unlike side effects associated with common cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation, side effects from immunotherapy can arise months or even years after treatment is completed and can affect any organ system.
Learn to prevent life-threatening complications of CAR T-cell therapy while preserving its antitumor effects.
This report evaluates the quality of that evidence and provides a plain language review of the statistics regarding the efficacy of High-Potency Polymerized Cross-linked Sucralfate as well as the inherent limitation of some guideline-supported therapies.
As an oncology pharmacist in an ambulatory cancer clinic, in the course of a typical week, it is not unusual for me to counsel 25 to 30 new patients on chemotherapy regimens that they are about to receive (paying particular attention to adverse events [AEs]), and to be directly involved in the monitoring and management of countless other patients who present with side effects associated with their treatments.
Among the various types of treatment that a patient with cancer may undergo, chemotherapy is associated with the greatest concerns with respect to side effects.

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