Helping you get the best
from your treatment for cancer.

Reconval for cancer

  • Your skin can often become red and sore as a result of your anti-cancer therapy
  • Some targeted cancer treatments (anti-EGFR-therapy) frequently induce severe acne-like skin changes whereas certain chemotherapies cause painful peeling of the skin on the palms and feet (Hand-Foot Syndrome) and rashes.
  • Importantly, skin changes could mean your doctor needs to reduce the required dosage of the anti-cancer treatment.
  • Regular prophylactic skin care using Reconval creams can help to prevent and ease these associated skin problems when already present



    Cutaneous reactions to chemotherapeutic drugs and targeted therapies for cancer Part I. Conventional chemotherapeutic drugs
    Claire Marie Reyes-Habito, MD,a and Ellen K. Roh, MDb Laguna, Philippines, and Boston, Massachusetts

Anti-EGFR therapy

  • Management of adverse events during treatment of gastrointestinal cancers with epidermal growth factor inhibitors
    Ralf-Dieter Hofheinz, Siegfried Segaert, María José Safont, Gaston Demontyd,Hans
    Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology 114 (2017) 102–113
  • Vitamin K1 cream significantly reduces incidence and severity of cetuximab-related acneiform skin rash in women: A post hoc analysis of the EVITA trial
    M.R. Gaiser, S. Lorenzen, K. Merx, J. Trojan, J. Ocvirk, T.J. Ettrich, S.-E. Al- Batran, H. Schulz, N. Homann, H.-P. Feustel, M. Schatz, M. Kripp, N. Schulte, S. Heeger, S. Vlassak, W. Koch, R.-D.. Hofheinz
    Read the paper

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