Patient online self-reporting of toxicity symptoms during chemotherapy.

  title={Patient online self-reporting of toxicity symptoms during chemotherapy.},
  author={Ethan M. Basch and David Artz and Dorothy A. Dulko and Kevin S. Scher and Paul J Sabbatini and Martee Hensley and Nandita Mitra and John Speakman and Mary McCabe and Deborah Schrag},
  journal={Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology},
  volume={23 15},
PURPOSE Tracking symptoms related to treatment toxicity is standard practice in routine care and during clinical trials. Currently, clinicians collect symptom information via complex and often inefficient mechanisms, but there is growing interest in collecting outcome information directly from patients. PATIENTS AND METHODS The National Cancer Institute Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events schema for seven common symptoms was adapted into a Web-based patient-reporting system… CONTINUE READING
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