Interview with the Innovators
Supported byAsk the Experts
Practical Strategies for Reduced Risk of Regorafenib-Related Side Effects
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn recommend clinical practice strategies that may help reduce Regorafenib-related side effects and improve patient quality of life. Read More ›

Clinical Implications of Appropriate Management of Side Effects Associated with Regorafenib
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn outline the potential benefits of optimal side-effect management for improved clinical outcomes. Read More ›

Potential Impact of Treatment with Regorafenib on Patient Quality of Life
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn explain the impact regorafenib may have on treatment continuation and quality of life for patients. Read More ›

What Patients Need to Know About How to Manage Hand-Foot Syndrome Reaction
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn provide expectations and practical management tips for patients surrounding hand-foot syndrome reaction. Read More ›

Closely Monitoring of Regorafenib-Related Side Effects: When and Why
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn offer the rationale for a practical monitoring schedule for patients treated with regorafenib. Read More ›

Clinical Management of Hand-Foot Syndrome Reaction Associated with Regorafenib Treatment
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn describe the clinical implications of preemptive use of steroid cream and provide recommendations for patients in the management of hand-foot syndrome reaction. Read More ›

Dose Escalation for Optimizing Regorafenib Treatment
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn discuss the best approach and clinical benefits of optimizing the dose of Regorafenib for improved outcomes. Read More ›

Characterization of Regorafenib-Associated Side Effects
Dr. Bekaii-Saab and Dr. Ahn review the most common side effects associated with Regorafenib and when to expect the highest incidence of occurrence during treatment. Read More ›


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