Supportive Care Guidance

Every child and adolescent receiving cancer treatment or undergoing bone marrow transplant should receive the best supportive care.
The iPOG Network believes that trustworthy clinical practice guidelines are the ideal tool to achieve this goal.


How it works

Our Supportive Care Guidance Library contains links to supportive care guidance documents developed by iPOG Network member organizations. You may access this information by topic, guidance type, iPOG Network developing organization, iPOG Network endorsing organization or year of publication. Use our library to identify the latest supportive care guidance!


Understanding guidance

The following are answers to frequently asked questions about the iPOG Network and supportive care guidance.

Where does the guidance in the iPOG Network supportive care guidance library come from?

Once published, guidance developed or endorsed by iPOG Network members is included in our library. 

What are clinical practice guidelines?

According to the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine), clinical practice guidelines are statements that include recommendations intended to optimize patient care that are informed by a systematic review of evidence and an assessment of the benefits and harms of alternative care options.


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Explore guidance for providing optimal supportive care to children receiving cancer treatments or undergoing bone marrow transplant.

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