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Mini Review - Journal of Translational Research (2022) Volume 6, Issue 5

A systematic scoping review of the factors that contribute to fatigue and potential of non-pharmacological approaches to treating childhood cancer.

Therapeutic advancements have improved medication cancer prognosis, shifting the interest towards the management of psychosocial burden and treatment-related morbidity. To critically appraise the procurable proof, we tend to tend to conducted degree umbrella review of metaanalyses of irregular controlled trials on verifying interventions for childhood cancer. The foremost concrete information showed a reduction in procedure-related pain and distress through status. Moreover, exercise improved the purposeful quality of the patients. Regarding medical specialty interventions, most of the meta-analyses regarded the treatment of nausea/vomiting (ondansetron was effective and infections/febrile blood disorder granulocyte-(macrophage) colony-stimulating factors showed benefits.

Author(s): Goutam Rout

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