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Economic Burden for Informal Caregivers of Lung and Colorectal Cancer Patients
Courtney Harold Van Houtven, Scott D. Ramsey, Mark C. Hornbrook, Audie A. Atienza, Michelle van Ryn

This study quantified the economic burden for informal caregivers of lung cancer and colorectal cancer patients, by cancer type, phase of disease, stage at diagnosis, patient age, and relationship, and found this burden to be substantial.
Chemotherapy-Related Hospitalization Among Community ...
What Do Prostate Cancer Patients Die Of?
Matias Riihimäki, et al.
Histology Matters: Individualizing Treatment in ...
Joel W. Neal
How Should We Define Value in Cancer Care?
Scott Ramsey, et al.
Predictors of Chemotherapy Patients' Intentions to Engage...
David L.B. Schwappach and Martin Wernli
Economic Burden for Informal Caregivers of Lung and ...
Courtney Harold Van Houtven, Scott D. Ramsey, et al.
Treatment Outcome and Prognostic Factors for Patients ...
Naoki Niikura and Jun Liu, et al.
Providing a Broader Perspective on Drug Development ...
Bruce A. Chabner
Aromatase Inhibitors and Breast Cancer Therapy
Drs. Goss and Chabner
Breast Cancer: New Treatments and Improved Therapies
Drs. Norton and Chabner
Targeted Therapies for Breast Cancer
Drs. Winer and Chabner
Lung Cancer at the Advent of Targeted Therapy
Drs. Lynch, Lacouture, and Chabner
Plenary Discussion
Update on Biology of Erythropoeitin Receptors
Joachim Fandrey, MD
Overview of the Use of Blood Transfusions in Different ...
Drs. Locatelli, MD, Van der Linden MD, Schrijvers, MD, PhD, and Santini, MD