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The treatment of cancer can be a long and stressful journey for patients and their family members. Oral chemotherapy, which can be administered by the patient at home, provides a more convenient and less invasive option for cancer patients. Parenteral chemotherapy often requires multiple clinic visits and may involve a long infusion time. Oral chemotherapy allows patients to spend more time with loved ones and continue normal daily activities. Some patients and caregivers prefer oral treatment because it reduces the risk of access site infection and includes less discomfort and side effects from the parenteral administration. Oral chemotherapy allows patients to be in charge of their cancer treatments, which provides patients with a sense of satisfaction while also easing the burden of caregivers. Self-administered oral chemotherapy offers emotional advantages over parenteral administration by lessening any potential social stigma (self-perceived or otherwise) resulting from typical parenteral administration. Self-administered oral chemotherapy allows patients to avoid receiving multiple treatments at the infusion unit of the hospital, and carrying an intravenous pump that serves as a constant reminder of their suboptimal health status.

Providers also favor oral chemotherapy because prescribing medication taken by mouth avoids any treatment delay due to scheduling problems at a clinic. Administration of parenteral chemotherapy is often limited by the provider’s availability, clinic office hours, and “chair-space” at the infusion site. A potentially easy-to-administer oral chemotherapy is a preferable option for long-term treatment and as a preventive measure against cancer.


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