Healthy Living: Preventing Nausea in Young Cancer Patients

Oncologists at Phoenix Children’s Hospital say nausea and vomiting disturbs families most when their kids are getting chemo.

After one particularly distressing instance, a doctor reached out to the technology department, teaming up to get the right anti-nausea drugs to kids.

Courtney Hunter has more details in Healthy Living.

Dr. Walsh says Phoenix Children’s is sharing the CINV dashboard idea and its early results with other hospitals.

It also now is collecting a lot more data on chemo drugs and anti-emetics which is another benefit.

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