Current Treatments, Drug Pipeline, Initial Management in Oncologic Emergencies

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Jameshia Below, PharmD, an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Louisiana Monroe College of Pharmacy, explains the initial management process for oncologic emergencies, the treatments currently available, and treatments coming in the drug pipeline.

Pharmacy Times interviewed Jameshia Below, PharmD, an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Louisiana Monroe College of Pharmacy, on her presentation at the 2021 National Pharmaceutical Association conference, titled Oncologic Emergencies: Recognition & Initial Management.

During this discussion, Below explained the initial management process for oncologic emergencies, the current treatments available, and the treatments coming in the drug pipeline.

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