Burden of symptoms associated with development of metastatic bone disease in patients with breast cancer

@inproceedings{Cleeland2016BurdenOS,
  title={Burden of symptoms associated with development of metastatic bone disease in patients with breast cancer},
  author={Charles S. Cleeland and Roger von Moos and Mark Stephen Walker and Yuanyuan Wang and Jianqing Gao and Mariana Chavez-MacGregor and Alexander Liede and J. C. Arellano and Arun Balakumaran and Yi Qian},
  booktitle={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2016}
}
Women with breast cancer frequently develop painful bone metastases. This retrospective study was designed to longitudinally characterize patterns of patient-reported symptoms among patients with breast cancer relative to the diagnosis of bone metastases. Patient records were identified from the Oncology Services Comprehensive Electronic Records (OSCER) database which includes outpatient oncology practices across the USA. Symptom burden was assessed by Patient Care Monitor (PCM) assessments… CONTINUE READING
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