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Impact of opioid-induced constipation on opioid substitution therapy management: the patient perspective

Authors: Fabio Lugoboni, Genevieve Hall, Vivek Banerji

This article explores the opinion of patients on the impact of constipation on the management of opioid substitution
treatment and quality of life.

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A non-pharmacological approach to the treatment of urinary tract infections: case reports with Utipro® Plus

Authors: Tommaso Cai, Cristian Konstantinidis, Sam Ward

Using illustrative case reports, this review documents outcomes in three women with recurrent urinary tract infections who were treated with Utipro® Plus in clinical practice.

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TAS-102 in metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC): efficacy, tolerability, and quality of life in heavily pretreated elderly patients: a real-life study

Authors: Giuseppe Cicero MD PhD, Raffaele Addeo MD, Rossella De Luca PhD, Giuseppe Lo Re MD PhD, Leonardo Gulotta MD, Pierenrico Marchesa MD, Gaspare Gulotta MD PhD

This study evaluates the safety and
efficacy of TAS-102 in heavily pretreated elderly patients with
metastatic colorectal cancer.

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Cutaneous adverse events and quality of life in outpatients receiving anticancer agents: results from an observational, cross-sectional study

Authors: Hae-Jin Suh Oh MD, Ángeles Flórez Menéndez PhD, Víctor Sacristán Santos MD, Francisca Fernández Ribeiro PharmD, Lucía Vilanova-Trillo DNP, Manuel Constenla Figueiras PhD, Manuel Pereiro Ferreiros PhD

This study evaluates the impact of cutaneous adverse events on quality of life in outpatients receiving anticancer drugs and aims to determine the differences in quality of life between conventional chemotherapy versus targeted therapies.

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Topical treatment of radiation-induced dermatitis: current issues and potential solutions

Authors: Nicola Alessandro Iacovelli MD, Yvan Torrente MD, PhD, Adriana Ciuffreda MD, Vittorio A Guardamagna MD, PhD, Marta Gentili MS, Luca Giacomelli PhD, Paola Sacerdote PhD

The aim of this paper is to discuss current knowledge on radiation-induced dermatitis and propose targets for the prevention/treatment of this
condition. On these bases, the characteristics of the ‘ideal’
compound to address this side effect will be described.

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