Le terapie di supporto in oncologia

Translated title of the contribution: Supportive care in oncology

Patrizia Olmi, Carlo Fallai, Giampiero Ausili Cèfaro, Luca Marmiroli

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The current trend towards a more intensive cancer treatment is possible thanks to the availability of a really important and effective supportive care. It is our opinion that it would be essential for the junior staff in oncology, for the practitioners, but also for the knowledge of anyone contributing in different ways to give the cancer treatment, to have reference points to give also the best supportive care. With this aim we thought to start a study, in Italy, to investigate, first, which is the supportive care used in the most common acute toxicities during or immediately after cancer therapy. We decided to begin with a survey addressed to hematologists medical oncologists, radiotherapists; 105 centers were contacted. In order to have a high number of people we decided to able to answer to different clinical questions use Internet to communicate with participating centers without moving people. The final goal of the project is to formulate guidelines in supportive care, but also to promote the use of Internet as much as possible in the medical world with the aim to make easier every kind of communication and exchange of information.

Original languageItalian
JournalTumori
Volume84
Issue number1 SUPPL.
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1998

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Olmi, P., Fallai, C., Cèfaro, G. A., & Marmiroli, L. (1998). Le terapie di supporto in oncologia. Tumori, 84(1 SUPPL.).

Le terapie di supporto in oncologia. / Olmi, Patrizia; Fallai, Carlo; Cèfaro, Giampiero Ausili; Marmiroli, Luca.

In: Tumori, Vol. 84, No. 1 SUPPL., 01.1998.

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Olmi, P, Fallai, C, Cèfaro, GA & Marmiroli, L 1998, 'Le terapie di supporto in oncologia', Tumori, vol. 84, no. 1 SUPPL..
Olmi P, Fallai C, Cèfaro GA, Marmiroli L. Le terapie di supporto in oncologia. Tumori. 1998 Jan;84(1 SUPPL.).
Olmi, Patrizia ; Fallai, Carlo ; Cèfaro, Giampiero Ausili ; Marmiroli, Luca. / Le terapie di supporto in oncologia. In: Tumori. 1998 ; Vol. 84, No. 1 SUPPL.
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