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Justin A. Chen, Naseem Esteghamat, Edward J. Kim, Gabriel Garcia, Jun Gong, Marwan G. Fakih, Richard J. Bold, and May T. Cho

-sensitive malignancies. Thus, reports such as this highlight the potential for immunotherapy to be safely and effectively administered in this unique patient population. A thorough discussion of risks and benefits with the patient and shared decision-making are critical

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Peter D. Stetson, Nadine J. McCleary, Travis Osterman, Kavitha Ramchandran, Amye Tevaarwerk, Tracy Wong, Jessica M. Sugalski, Wallace Akerley, Annette Mercurio, Finly J. Zachariah, Jonathan Yamzon, Robert C. Stillman, Peter E. Gabriel, Tricia Heinrichs, Kathleen Kerrigan, Shiven B. Patel, Scott M. Gilbert, and Everett Weiss

, including whether it is used to facilitate shared decision-making between providers and patients. We also did not obtain the technical or operational specifics regarding how those centers that have had the most success with PGHD integration have accomplished

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Jordan M. Cloyd, Chengli Shen, Heena Santry, John Bridges, Mary Dillhoff, Aslam Ejaz, Timothy M. Pawlik, and Allan Tsung

-making occurs for patients with resectable PDAC and whether specific barriers to the use of NT exist. Further data on patient and physician preferences and the patient experience during NT may highlight opportunities to improve shared decision-making and

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Brady J. McKee, Shawn Regis, Andrea K. Borondy-Kitts, Jeffrey A. Hashim, Robert J. French Jr, Christoph Wald, and Andrea B. McKee

conduct the CTLS shared decision-making visit. 7 All CTLS examinations were performed on ≥64-row multidetector CT scanners at 100 kV and 30 to 100 mA depending on availability of iterative reconstruction software. Image interpretation was performed by

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Simon D. Fung-Kee-Fung, Sima P. Porten, Maxwell V. Meng, and Michael Kuettel

expectancy compared with other treatment options in properly selected individuals. The decision by patients to choose AS as the initial management strategy is dependent on individual preferences and plays an important role in shared decision-making. Further

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Aysegul A. Sahin, Timothy D. Gilligan, and Jimmy J. Caudell

undergo surveillance unless there is compelling reason not to. However, patients with larger tumors may prefer radiation or chemotherapy if they know they have a higher risk of relapse. So tumor size can facilitate shared decision-making.” The other area

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Julia T. van Groningen, Pieter van Hagen, Rob A.E.M. Tollenaar, Jurriaan B. Tuynman, Perla J. Marang-van de Mheen, Pascal G. Doornebosch, Pieter J. Tanis, Eelco J.R. de Graaf, and on behalf of the Dutch Colorectal Audit

and performance of cTME after neoadjuvant therapy. When discussing treatment options with an individual patient after local excision, shared decision-making may lead to refraining from cTME. Several factors may contribute to this: first, patient

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Omar Abdel-Rahman

, a shared decision-making process between physicians and patients was recommended) and because screening practices for this subgroup vary across different Canadian jurisdictions, a sensitivity analysis was conducted, repeating all analyses on women

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Romy M. van Amelsfoort, Iris Walraven, Jacobien Kieffer, Edwin P.M. Jansen, Annemieke Cats, Nicole C.T. van Grieken, Elma Meershoek-Klein Kranenbarg, Hein Putter, Johanna W. van Sandick, Karolina Sikorska, Cornelis J.H. van de Velde, Neil K. Aaronson, Marcel Verheij, and on behalf of the CRITICS Investigators

predicted survival. These findings provide consistent evidence supporting the potential usefulness of taking baseline HRQoL into account in doctor–patient communication and in shared decision-making about the choice of treatment. We are the first to apply

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Alyssa A. Schatz, Keysha Brooks-Coley, Elizabeth Harrington, Mary Stober Murray, and Robert W. Carlson

“best practice” for shared decision-making, patient education, and engagement ( Table 3 ). There were slight variations in responses across race. However, younger patients and patients treated at cancer centers were more likely to report their physician