Oral therapies are convenient for patients but not without risks

Many oral therapies for cancer have a high potential for interactions with other drugs and food creating a ‘delicate balancing act’ for health care professionals to negotiate with their patients. According to pharmacist Gail Rowan, from the Medicines Information Service at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, less direct supervision of oral drug administration also contributed to ...

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