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A Systematic Review of Financial Toxicity Among Cancer Survivors: We Can’t Pay the Co-Pay

A Systematic Review of Financial Toxicity Among Cancer Survivors: We Can’t Pay the Co-Pay Patient (2017) 10:295–309 DOI 10.1007/s40271-016-0204-x SYSTEMATIC REVIEW A Systematic Review of Financial Toxicity Among Cancer Survivors: We Can’t Pay the Co-Pay 1 2 3,4 • • • Louisa G. Gordon Katharina M. D. Merollini Anthony Lowe 5,6 Raymond J. Chan Published online: 31 October 2016 Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016 Abstract subjective measures. The most commonly reported factors Objective To determine the extent of financial toxicity associated with FT were: being female, younger age, low (FT) among cancer survivors, identify the determinants and income at baseline, adjuvant therapies and more recent how FT is measured. diagnosis. Relative to non-cancer comparison groups, Methods A systematic review was performed in MED- cancer survivors experienced significantly higher FT. Most LINE, CINAHL and PsycINFO, using relevant terminol- studies were cross-sectional and causal inferences between ogy and included articles published from 1 January, 2013 FT and determinants were not possible. Measures of FT to 30 June, 2016. We included observational studies where were varied and most were not validated, while monetary the primary outcomes included FT and study samples were values of out-of-pocket expenses included different cost greater than 200. The Preferred Reporting Items for Sys- components across studies. tematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses guidelines http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Springer Journals

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Publisher
Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2016 by Springer International Publishing Switzerland
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Pharmacoeconomics and Health Outcomes; Quality of Life Research; Health Economics; Health Administration; Public Health
ISSN
1178-1653
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1178-1661
DOI
10.1007/s40271-016-0204-x
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27798816
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Patient (2017) 10:295–309 DOI 10.1007/s40271-016-0204-x SYSTEMATIC REVIEW A Systematic Review of Financial Toxicity Among Cancer Survivors: We Can’t Pay the Co-Pay 1 2 3,4 • • • Louisa G. Gordon Katharina M. D. Merollini Anthony Lowe 5,6 Raymond J. Chan Published online: 31 October 2016 Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016 Abstract subjective measures. The most commonly reported factors Objective To determine the extent of financial toxicity associated with FT were: being female, younger age, low (FT) among cancer survivors, identify the determinants and income at baseline, adjuvant therapies and more recent how FT is measured. diagnosis. Relative to non-cancer comparison groups, Methods A systematic review was performed in MED- cancer survivors experienced significantly higher FT. Most LINE, CINAHL and PsycINFO, using relevant terminol- studies were cross-sectional and causal inferences between ogy and included articles published from 1 January, 2013 FT and determinants were not possible. Measures of FT to 30 June, 2016. We included observational studies where were varied and most were not validated, while monetary the primary outcomes included FT and study samples were values of out-of-pocket expenses included different cost greater than 200. The Preferred Reporting Items for Sys- components across studies. tematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses guidelines

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