Eric Vachon on the Effect of Complexity on Adherence with Kinase Inhibitors
By Eric Vachon, BSN
PUBLISHED THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1970
Eric Vachon, BSN, PhD candidate, Michigan State University, discusses the many variables of complexity that can effect adherence to kinase inhibitors.
The regimen for kinase inhibitors is the most complex. Many current studies focus only on the issue of continuous versus cycling. However, there are other considerations that Vachon is studying in his own research.
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