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JAMA NetworkHigh-Dose Vitamin D for the Management of Toxic Erythema of Chemotherapy (TEC) in Hospitalized Patients

The only effective ways to treat TEC are to stop, delay, or modify your patients’ chemotherapy dose. Supportive medications, such as topical keratolytics, wound care, and high-potency topical corticosteroids, respond differently. These medications cause a 2- to 4-week recovery period following the interruption of chemotherapy, which is a somewhat gradual improvement.

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