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Ryan D. Nipp, MD, on Electronic Symptom Monitoring: Trial Results

2018 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Ryan D. Nipp, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses study findings on electronic symptom monitoring vs usual care to assess whether the intervention, tested in hospitalized patients with advanced cancer, can improve symptom burden and reduce the risk of readmission (Abstract 10005).



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