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In this podcast, Dr. Charles Loprinzi and oncology social worker and survivor Hester Hill Schnipper discuss the new ASCO Guideline, Management of Cancer Cachexia.
Before any new cancer treatment can be approved for general use, it must be studied in a clinical trial in order to prove it is safe and effective. In today’s podcast, members of the Cancer.Net Editorial Board discuss 3 clinical trials that are exploring new treatment options across prostate, bladder, and kidney cancer.
Hoy hablamos sobre la evaluación geriátrica integral y su utilidad en el cuidado de las personas con cáncer. Nuestro invitado hoy es el doctor Enrique Soto, un oncólogo clínico que se especializa en el cuidado de los adultos mayores con cáncer.
Before any new cancer treatment can be approved for general use, it must be studied in a clinical trial in order to prove it is safe and effective. In today’s podcast, members of the Cancer.Net Editorial Board discuss 3 clinical trials that are exploring new treatment options across prostate, bladder, and kidney cancer. This podcast will be led by Dr. Sumanta (Monty) Pal, Dr. Neeraj Agarwal, Dr. Petros Grivas, and Dr. Tian Zhang.
In this podcast, Cancer.Net Associate Editor Dr. Michael Williams will discuss some of the new research in lymphoma that was presented at the 2019 American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting, held December seventh through tenth in Orlando, Florida.
In this podcast, Cancer.Net Associate Editor Dr. Norah Lynn Henry discusses several studies presented at the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, held December tenth through fourteenth in San Antonio, Texas.
In this podcast, oncology social worker and 2-time breast cancer survivor Hester Hill Schnipper discusses ways to cope with the fear of recurrence.
In today’s podcast, Dr. Ryan Nipp and Dr. Electra Paskett will discuss their article “Overcoming Barriers to Clinical Trial Enrollment,” from the 2019 ASCO Educational Book. They discuss why it is important for people with cancer to participate in clinical trials and some of the reasons people may not be able to participate in clinical trials. They also discuss finding financial resources, the informed consent process, and the role of patient navigators.
The European Society for Medical Oncology 2019 Congress was held in Barcelona, Spain, from September 27 to October 1. In this podcast, Dr. Ricardo Cubedo shares highlights from the meeting, including treatment advances in ovarian and lung cancer. He also discusses a new type of clinical trial known as “basket trials” and the ways they are changing the shape of cancer research.
Today, we're going to be talking about some research highlights from the upcoming Supportive Care in Oncology Symposium.