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DR: ...But, um, the PARP inhibitors looks like very, very good drugs, very few side effects. They do cause a little bit of neuropathy, some numb fingers and toes is the main thing I remember that we watch for. Um, the other thing is this one is very inconvenient. You have to come twice a week on like Monday, Thursday, Tuesday, Friday for two weeks in a row, off the third week and we give chemotherapy with it.
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When patients understand the information that is communicated by a healthcare provider Patient satisfaction Anxiety Compliance with recommendations Treatment time Outcomes Cost Source: Thomson, AM, Cunningham SJ, Hunt NP (2001)