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2018-11-22

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Sarah Nicole Hamilton, Omair Arshad, Jaime Kwok, Eric Tran, A. Fuchsia Howard, Isabel Serrano, Karen Goddard

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PURPOSE: A retrospective review of adolescent and young adult (AYA) head and neck cancer (HNC) patients treated with radiation therapy (RT) at British Columbia Cancer was performed to determine the incidence of late toxicities, the documented late side effects discussed and the screening recommendations provided at the time of transfer of care to primary care providers (PCPs). METHODS: Charts (n = 162) were reviewed for all patients 15 to 35 years at diagnosis with HNC treated with RT from 1960 to 2010 who survived > 5 years after diagnosis. RESULTS: A discussion regarding the risk of long-term side effects was documented in the initial consultation for 85% of patients. The majority of patients (78%) developed > 1 documented late effect. The most common were xerostomia (44%), skin changes (28%), neck fibrosis (22%), nasal crusting (16%), epistaxis (16%), and dental decay (14%). In all, 20% were currently followed or were followed until they died. Of the 80% transferred to their PCP, 14% had a formal discharge summary. For those discharged from British Columbia Cancer, documented recommendations included regular dental care (34%) and screening for hypothyroidism (5%) and second malignancy (4%). CONCLUSIONS: The majority of AYA HNC patients treated with RT developed late side effects, and most PCPs were not sent a discharge summary outlining screening recommendations for delayed late effects. IMPLICATIONS FOR CANCER SURVIVORS: AYA HNC survivors treated with RT are at high risk for late effects and would benefit from a survivorship care plan outlining these risks and screening recommendations. More... »

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