oncology

News in brief: Major gaps in supportive cancer care; Evidence for docetaxal in prostate cancer not translating to the real-world;Rare blood cancers latest addition to Cancer Atlas

Survey identifies major gaps in supportive cancer care Only half of cancer organisations across Australia offer support services for cancer-related fatigue, a survey shows, despite it being the most common and distressing symptoms for patients.  Psychological therapy, self-care, exercise, healthy eating and lymphedema services were the most common supportive cancer care (SCC) services offered by ...

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