This study was performed according to a modified Delphi method. The goal was to reach a consensus on key aspects of the medical management of OIC in cancer patients, based on evidence and expert’s clinical experience [2123]. The Delphi was carried out in 3 stages: 1) a face-to-face meeting with a scientific committee to raise the main topics; 2) two successive rounds of online surveys to gather the opinion of a panel of experts; and 3) result analysis and conclusions discussion by the scientific committee in a face-to-face meeting. Blind voting was carried out, and to minimize the band-wagon effect in the meetings, it was ensured that all the participants spoke the same amount of time.

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