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Timing Of Palliative Care Referral And Symptom Burden In Phase 1 Cancer Patients
D. Hui, H. Parsons, L. Nguyen, S. Palla, S. Yennurajalingam, R. Kurzrock, E. Bruera
Published 2010 · Medicine
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Phase 1 trials offer patients with advanced cancer the opportunity to pursue life‐prolonging cancer treatments. In the current study, the timing of referral and symptom burden between patients referred to palliative care by phase 1 oncologists and those referred by non‐phase 1 oncologists were compared.
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