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Gloria A. Di Lullo

Medical Oncology Educational Content Specialist

OncoLink

HQ Phone:  (215) 349-8895

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OncoLink

3400 Spruce Street - 2 Donner

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19104

United States

Company Description

OncoLink ® is the first Internet-based multimedia oncology information resource. Founded in 1994 by Penn Medicine cancer specialists, OncoLink's mission is to help cancer patients, families, health care professionals and the general public access accurate canc... more.

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Content Specialist, Medical Oncology

Livestrong


Level II Staff Nurse

Fox Chase Cancer Center


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Gloria Di Lullo, MSN, CRNP


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Gloria DiLullo, RN, MSN, CRNP
Gloria started her career with a biology degree and working in a medical research laboratory. She returned to school to obtain her nursing degree and began her nursing career in oncology. She has worked in inpatient units for medical oncology and phase I clinical trials. She obtained her CRNP at the University of Pennsylvania and then worked as a nurse practitioner in collaboration with 3 physicians conducting Phase I oncology clinical trials. She has recently joined the OncoLink team as a content specialist for the LIVESTRONG Care Plan.


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Gloria DiLullo, MSN, CRNP, OncoLink Medical Oncology Educational Content Specialist, responds:
In terms of sexual activity, if there is any chance of your wife getting pregnant (i.e. she has not yet entered menopause), then you must use contraception and avoid pregnancy while on chemotherapy, as birth defects can occur from the chemotherapy. Some chemotherapy is excreted in a very small amount in semen, especially within 48 hours of treatment. Even if your wife is past child-bearing age, you should use a condom if you have intercourse within 48 hours after your treatment to avoid exposing her to any small amounts of chemotherapy in the semen.


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Gloria DiLullo, MSN, CRNP, OncoLink Medical Oncology Educational Content Specialist, responds:


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Gloria DiLullo, MSN, CRNP, OncoLink Medical Oncology Educational Content Specialist, responds:


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