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The rise of oral anticancer drugs favors outpatient care but exposes patients to new risks compared to injectable chemotherapy at hospital: non-adherence to treatment, inappropriate management of side effects and interactions with other co-prescribed drugs. Latrogenic risk of these treatments is reinforced in older patients with frequent comorbidities, taking multiple pharmaceutical treatments for long periods and followed by several prescribers.

The literature reports an emergence of drug related problems (DRP) in more than 90% of patients, with an average number of 0 to 4 per patient. The clinical consequences (reduced efficacy and potentiation of toxicity) are all the more important that outpatient monitoring of treatments prescribed at the hospital remains underdeveloped due to default of coordination between these two settings.

Medical care and prevention of these DRP are difficult because of a lack of information and tools shared between hospital and liberal actors. Experiments are developed according to different organizational models, frequently focused on the pharmaceutical analysis of prescriptions, the detection of DRP and their control, but they stay still undervalued. In this context, the French Society of Oncological Pharmacology (SFPO - Société Française de Pharmacie Oncologique) provides to hospital and ambulatory care pharmacists the Oncolien website and proposes to assess the impact of a program of pharmaceutical interventions named DROP. The hypothesis of the study is that the DROP program will secure the medical care of patients with oral anticancer drugs compared to the usual care.


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NCT number NCT03257969
Study type Interventional
Source Hospices Civils de Lyon
Contact Catherine RIOUFOL, PharmD
Phone 04 78 86 43 70
Email catherine.rioufol@chu-lyon.fr
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date September 2017
Completion date June 2019

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