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Michael D. DeVita, Andrew M. Evens, Steven T. Rosen, Paul A. Greenberger, and Adam M. Petrich

: anaphylaxis 15 minutes into cycle 2, a delayed reaction 1 day after completing cycle 3, and an episode of rigors, fever, tachycardia, and hypotension at completion of cycle 3. 20 The patient in the present case report received her first cycle of brentuximab

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Jie Liu, Qingxi Yu, Xin Shelley Wang, Qiuling Shi, Jun Wang, Fan Wang, Simeng Ren, Jiayue Jin, Baojin Han, Wenzheng Zhang, Xueyao Su, Shuanghu Yuan, and Hongsheng Lin

. Radiation pneumonitis (RP), which occurs within 1 to 4 months after RT, is a clinically important toxicity in 10% to 30% of patients treated with thoracic RT, manifesting dyspnea, nonproductive cough, pleuritic chest pain, fever, and, rarely, acute

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Daniel E. Lage, Areej El-Jawahri, Charn-Xin Fuh, Richard A. Newcomb, Vicki A. Jackson, David P. Ryan, Joseph A. Greer, Jennifer S. Temel, and Ryan D. Nipp

.4% (n=72) had breast cancer; 31.5% (n=306) had another cancer type ( Table 1 ). Reasons for admission included symptom management (56.0%; n=544); fever or infections (24.6%; n=239); fatigue, weakness, or failure to thrive (13.5%; n=131); and metabolic

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Agda Karina Eterovic, Ossama M. Maher, Joya Chandra, Ken Chen, Jason Huse, and Wafik Zaky

treatment was stopped because disseminated fungal infection was suspected after the patient developed fever and neutropenia, and CT of the liver showed some nodularity but blood culture results were negative. Antifungal therapy was initiated for a total of 6

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Keli Turner, Sheelu Varghese, and H. Richard Alexander

symptoms are abdominal pain and increasing abdominal girth, the latter of which may be caused by ascites. 12 , 13 Weight loss and fever are other less-common presenting symptoms. 12 , 13 In some series, a palpable abdominal mass has been described on

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Van K. Morris and Cathy Eng

disease. Most patients (56%) who received all planned doses per protocol remained alive after 12 months on study. All patients experienced treatment-related AEs, most of which were infusion-related reactions, including fevers, chills, and fatigue. Given

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Michael J. Berger, David S. Ettinger, Jonathan Aston, Sally Barbour, Jason Bergsbaken, Philip J. Bierman, Debra Brandt, Dawn E. Dolan, Georgiana Ellis, Eun Jeong Kim, Steve Kirkegaard, Dwight D. Kloth, Ruth Lagman, Dean Lim, Charles Loprinzi, Cynthia X. Ma, Victoria Maurer, Laura Boehnke Michaud, Lisle M. Nabell, Kim Noonan, Eric Roeland, Hope S. Rugo, Lee S. Schwartzberg, Bridget Scullion, John Timoney, Barbara Todaro, Susan G. Urba, Dorothy A. Shead, and Miranda Hughes

serious skin reaction (drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms [DRESS]) (see prescribing information), but other symptoms include a fever with a rash and swollen lymph glands, or swelling in the face; patients with these symptoms should seek

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Brad Zebrack, Karen Kayser, Deborah Bybee, Lynne Padgett, Laura Sundstrom, Chad Jobin, and Julianne Oktay

psychological…social, and/or spiritual nature that may interfere with the ability to cope effectively with cancer, its physical symptoms, and its treatment.” 7 Distress is not a diagnosable disorder. Like fever or high blood pressure, distress is an indicator

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P. Connor Johnson, Caron Jacobson, Alisha Yi, Anna Saucier, Tejaswini M. Dhawale, Ashley Nelson, Mitchell W. Lavoie, Mathew J. Reynolds, Carlisle E.W. Topping, Matthew J. Frigault, and Areej El-Jawahri

determine reasons for hospital readmissions. 12 In the schema for our study, these reasons included symptoms, fever without a source, febrile neutropenia, confirmed infection, dehydration/electrolyte abnormalities, planned hospitalization

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Nathan J. Moore, Megan Othus, Anna B. Halpern, Nicholas P. Howard, Linyi Tang, Kyle E. Bastys, Mary-Elizabeth M. Percival, Paul C. Hendrie, Garrett A. Hartley, Verna L. Welch, Elihu H. Estey, and Roland B. Walter

for 1 weekly visit and when new problems arose. The physician typically saw them 1 to 2 times per cycle. All patients with neutropenic fever were admitted for intravenous antibiotics and evaluation. However, some patients were discharged to complete a