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Relaxed Informed Consent Rules: Clin Onc News Report

The FDA recently recommended relaxed institutional review board regulations on informed consent in clinical trials to allow more patients to participate.

Researchers found that patients with recent cancer diagnoses, as well as those receiving chemotherapy, are more likely to develop shingles.

The CDC warned oncology clinics that violating infection prevention practices can contaminate medications, and provided recommendations to protect patients.

John G. Brock-Utne, MD, PhD, tries to unravel the cause of the ongoing drug shortage in the U.S.

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic discuss the need to amend the diagnostic criteria for plasma cell leukemia to improve treatment options for certain patients with multiple myeloma.

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