Purpose Changes in taste is a common bothersome symptom in children receiving cancer treatments. However, little is known about how pediatric cancer patients experience this symptom. The objective was to describe how children receiving cancer treatments experience taste alterations and the approaches they use to address the issue.
Purpose Pediatric cancer patients experience symptoms that negatively impact quality of life; yoga may be an effective intervention. The primary objective was to determine the feasibility of a 10-week, weekly individualized yoga intervention for children and adolescents receiving outpatient cancer therapy primarily delivered remotely using Skype. Secondary objectives were to describe depression, anxiety, anger, fatigue, quality of life, and symptoms at 5 and 10 weeks after enrollment.