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Supportive care in cancer treatment

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Published: 17.07.19
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Dr. Richard Jeremy Gralla - M.D. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA

Dr Richard Jeremy Gralla speaks to ecancer at the SLAGO 2019 meeting in Chile about his presentations of supportive cancer care.

Dr Gralla provides these perspectives with a focus on GI malignancies, talking about prevention of nausea and vomiting.

He then outlines some of the differences and similarities between cancer care in America and Latin America.

Dr Gralla finalises by emphasising the importance of collaboration through communication and learning.

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