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Despite major advances in cancer biology and therapeutics, cancer and its treatment continue to cause devastating suffering. Patients with advanced cancer most often experience multiple physical and psychological symptom concurrently. We review here some of the common non-pain cancer symptoms,...
Although advancements in cancer care have led to increased cure rates and survival times, those coping with the long-term sequelae of a cancer diagnosis often report high levels of distress, poor health-related quality of life, and unmet psychosocial needs. The shortcomings of the conventional...
Spirituality can exert a tremendous impact on one℉s health and promote recovery from trauma and illness, including cancer. Throughout the history of mankind, spirituality and religion have played a major role in healing a variety of physical and mental illnesses. Cancer is one of the most...
Interventional radiology (IR) plays an increasing role in the supportive care of the cancer patient from the placement of catheters to treating the offending tumor via image-guided methods. These methods entail the use of both local and regional means, with thermal ablative technology comprising...
Continuous improvements in endoscopic imaging and accessories have opened up a field of interventional endoscopy. This highly technical offshoot of gastroenterology uses not just standard endoscopic techniques but also newer endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) imaging or fluoroscopic monitoring to...
There are four basic approaches to cancer pain control: modify the source of pain, alter central perception of pain, modulate transmission of pain to the central nervous system, and block transmission of pain to the central nervous system. Systemic pharmacologic management aimed at the first...
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