Medline: 3963254

American Journal of Psychiatry 143(5): 641-643, 1986.

Persistent anticipatory nausea, vomiting, and anxiety in cured Hodgkin's disease patients after completion of chemotherapy.

Cella DF, Pratt A, Holland JC

Abstract:

Six to 140 months after completion of chemotherapy, 63% of 60 Hodgkin's disease survivors experienced anticipatory nausea, 80% had anxiety, and 5% reported vomiting. Time since treatment and treatment severity were significantly associated with pervasiveness of nausea but not of anxiety.


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