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Patient-Reported Symptom Burden in Women Undergoing Treatment for Early-Stage and Metastatic Breast Cancer

Women undergoing treatment for breast cancer experience both disease- and treatment-related symptoms. Remote symptom management (RSM) programs allow real-time symptom documentation, earlier intervention, and opportunities to improve quality of life and decrease symptom burden. Prior studies have focused on the supportive care needs of women with advanced breast cancer.
December 9, 2022

Infographic – Breast Cancer by The Numbers

By collecting this information, Carevive is creating an awareness of the wide variety of concerns that patients with breast cancer have as they begin treatment. Providing these important data to clinicians helps to reinforce that each patient may have a set of data that makes their situation truly unique so that therapy can be provided accordingly. Breast cancer by numbers.…
October 27, 2022

Carevive’s Presence at ASCO Quality – Remote Symptom Monitoring Abstracts

Collaborative Studies Conducted by our Research Partners at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) We’re excited to be at the ASCO Quality Care Symposium with our partners sharing the impact of remote symptom monitoring. Together, we're improving outcomes and care for cancer patients. Identification of Target Population in the Implementation of Navigator-delivered Home ePRO for Cancer Patients Receiving Treatment…
September 30, 2022