Nurse visits help cancer patients cope with chemotherapy

11/25/2009 | Modern Medicine

Home care visits by nurses helped to improve symptoms such as pain and nausea and reduce hospitalization among cancer patients receiving oral chemotherapy, a U.K. study showed. Nurses who visited patients at home over the 18-week program helped them manage adverse events, especially during initial cycles of chemotherapy.

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