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HSR23-089: Patient Reported Quality of Life (QoL) Among Adults Admitted for Oncology Care in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Derek Dale Ang Bayquen and Aaron Thrush

global score of 42 (33, 58). Patients functioned lowest in role and social domains and highest in cognitive. The most problematic symptoms were pain and fatigue, and least problematic were diarrhea and financial difficulties. The 40–49 and 50–59 age group

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QIM24-186: Surviving and Thriving After Lung Cancer: A Pilot Project to Understand Physician Perspectives on the Approach to Lung Cancer Survivorship Care at Weill Cornell Medicine Medical Oncology

Abha Kulkarni and Christine Garcia

), smoking cessation (12), and fatigue (11). The concerns that most respondents felt comfortable addressing were breathing difficulties (% comfortable=100), cough (92), pain (92), smoking cessation (92), fatigue (83), mobility and exercise (67), and emotional

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CLO22-088: Phase II Trial of Trifluridine/Tipiracil in Combination With Irinotecan in Advanced Biliary Tract Cancers (BTCs)

Sri Harsha Tella, Jaclynn Wessling, Foster Nathan, Shi Qian, Tran Nguyen, Robert McWillimas, Alberts Steven, Minetta Liu, Mitesh Borad, Wen Wee Ma, Mindy Hartgers, Leslie Washburn, Fruth Briant, Martin Fernandezzapico, Tara L Hogenson, Henry Pitot, Zhaohui Jin, and Amit Mahipal

(11%), fatigue (7%), and diarrhea (7%). 9 out of 27 (33%) and 14/27 (52%) had dose reductions secondary to AEs (cytopenias and fatigue) for trifluridine/tipiracil and irinotecan, respectively and 1 patient discontinued the therapy due to adverse events

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HSR20-087: Prevalence and Correlates of Psychological Distress in Patients Enrolling on Phase I Clinical Trials Using the NCCN Distress Thermometer and Problem List

Alexandra Hunt, Elizabeth Handorf, Vipin Khare, Matthew Blau, Yana Chertock, Carolyn Fang, Michael J. Hall, and Rishi Jain

evaluate the frequency of specific stressors including: practical (e.g. insurance/financial), family (e.g. family health issues), emotional (e.g. nervousness), or physical (e.g. fatigue). Adverse events on trial including hospitalizations, toxicities, or

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CLO23-068: Effectiveness and Toxicity of Cetuximab With Concurrent Radiotherapy in Locally Advanced Cutaneous Squamous Cell Skin Cancer: A Case Series

Mark Joshua Chang, Wolfram Samlowski, Douglas Fife, Mac Machan, and Raul Meoz

tolerated, with 68.4% patients experienced only mild acneiform skin rash or fatigue (Grade 1 or 2). Radiotherapy produced expected side effects (skin erythema, moist desquamation, mucositis). One patient was hospitalized briefly for dehydration. Discussion

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QIM24-181: Joining Forces to Minimize Hypomagnesemia in Patients Receiving Cisplatin and Cetuximab Infusions

Janice DallaCosta, Patrick Skeffington, and Ny Tran

complete. Unfortunately, the symptoms of hypomagnesemia mimic the side effects that patients experience when on these treatments; nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, weakness, fatigue, muscle cramps and confusion. This can lead to misdiagnosis and treatment

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HSR20-110: The Promotion of Exercise Oncology as a Standard Part of Clinical Practice

Karen Wonders, Rob Wise, and Danielle Ondreka

strength, quality of life, depression, fear fatigue, and pain all improved following the exercise intervention. Conclusion: Exercise is an effective means to manage treatment-related symptoms in cancer and should be a part of the standard of care.

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HSR20-107: Health-Related Quality of Life and Treatment Satisfaction in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Patients on Ibrutinib Compared to a Reference Group on Other CLL Treatments in a Real-World US Cross-Sectional Study

Murali Sundaram, Kathleen L. Deering, Dolly Sharma, Qing Harshaw, Jeremiah Trudeau, and Jacqueline C. Barrientos

. Respondents completed demographic/clinical information and surveys via phone (Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-General [FACT-G], FACT-Leukemia, and Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy [FACIT]-Fatigue and Cancer Therapy Satisfaction

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QIM20-126: Prehabilitation Model of Care for the Patient with Breast Cancer

Karen Hock and Cari Utendorf

fibrosis and fatigue. Results: The data will demonstrate an increase in percentage of pre-operative assessments since the implementation of this program in January 2018. In addition, the data will demonstrate the increased opportunity to treat subclinical

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QIM23-130: Committing to Resiliency: Transforming Burnout to Resilience at a National Cancer Institute (NCI) Comprehensive Cancer Center

Amy Gallagher and Amy Case

Background: Oncology providers caring for ill and dying patients are at high risk for burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral distress. Emphasized by the COVID-19 pandemic, workload stress, frontline fears, fluctuating procedures, isolation