cancer-related pain

cancer-related pain,

n pain with acute, chronic, and psychological aspects experienced by cancer patients. Associated with the disease process and treatment.
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The second trial (VITAL-2), which is now underway, is enrolling symptomatic patients with cancer-related pain and is comparing GVAX(R) vaccine plus Taxotere(R) to Taxotere(R) chemotherapy plus prednisone.
The first trial (VITAL-1) is enrolling chemotherapy naA[macron]ve, asymptomatic patients without cancer-related pain and will compare GVAX cancer immunotherapy to Taxotere chemotherapy plus prednisone.
to the onset of cancer-related pain for men with Gleason 7 or
The first trial (VITAL-1) is enrolling chemotherapy naive, asymptomatic patients without cancer-related pain and will compare GVAX cancer immunotherapy to Taxotere chemotherapy plus prednisone.
These results are consistent with, and support the biologic rationale of, previously announced data from the D9901 Phase 3 trial that demonstrated a significant delay in both time to disease progression and time to the onset of cancer-related pain for men with Gleason 7 or less tumors following treatment with Provenge.
According to the Mayo Clinic, one in three patients undergoing cancer treatment experiences cancer-related pain.
Therefore we call on patients with severe cancer-related pain to participate in the CORAL trial to help us to further understand the potential of this new medicine and bring this to the patient as soon as possible.
The long-lasting tiredness of cancer patients has been blamed both on the cancer itself, including cancer-related pain, and on the effects of treatments such as chemotherapy.
Washington, Jan 31 ( ANI ): Researchers who analysed past studies of cancer-related pain reduction have found that psychosocial interventions can have a beneficial effect on cancer patients' pain severity.
Chronic opioid therapy is more commonly used for control of severe cancer-related pain, but appropriate noncancer uses exist for such agents; the trick is knowing which patients will benefit, and which are malingering, said Dr.
Organisers at Tawam assert that participants will be able to use their conference knowledge of conventional and innovative treatment modalities to further develop effective approaches to treatment for chronic, acute and cancer-related pain.
As an alternative to oral tablets or injections of fentanyl pain medications, the quick-dissolving tablet is placed under the tongue, providing very fast relief for cancer-related pain in patients already receiving opioids for pain treatment.

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