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Highlights of the NCCN Oncology Research Program

underserved population with high lung cancer mortality rates. We propose a pathway for lung cancer screening (LCS) and care coordination using a technology-empowered, community-based lung cancer navigator. This project builds on an ongoing partnership between

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HSR23-107: Real-World Study of Biomarker Testing and Treatment Patterns in Patients With Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer in the United States (US): A Physician Survey

Sabine Oskar, Jeri Kim, Alicia Gayle, Chloe Middleton-Dalby, and Himani Aggarwal

testing and treatment decision-making. Results: Of 100 HCPs, 45% were urologists, 45% oncologists, and 10% pathologists. About 64% HCPs were in community practices and 30% in academic centers. HCPs in academic centers reported a median of 70% (IQR=50

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HSR22-128: Patient-Level Barriers to Surveillance for Hepatocellular Carcinoma Among Patients With Chronic Liver Disease From the Provider Perspective

Eliza Wright Beal, Leva Gorji, Jaclyn Volney, Lindsey Sova, Ann McAlearney, and Allan Tsung

invite primary care providers from the Departments of Internal Medicine and Family and Community Medicine and specialty providers from the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, to participate. A semi

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HSR21-062: Real-World Study of BRCA1/2 Mutation (BRCA1/2mut) Testing Among Adult Patients (pts) With HER2− Advanced Breast Cancer (ABC) in the US

Reshma Mahtani, Alex Niyazov, MPH; Katie Lewis, Lucy Massey, Alex Rider, Bhakti Arondekar, and Michael Lux

[HR+/HER2− vs triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC)], practice setting (academic vs community) and type of BRCA1/2 mut test and compared via Fisher’s exact tests. Results: Overall, 407 pts were included; the mean age was 64.2 years, and 99% were

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BPI24-017: Optimizing the Implementation of New Therapies in Multiple Myeloma

Kirollos Hanna, Craig Emmitt Cole, David Vesole, Mary Stanley, Kimberly Demirhan, Latha Shivakumar, and Elana Plotkin

Background: Treatment regimens for multiple myeloma have expanded significantly over the last decade and have improved outcomes in patients. This expansion has created knowledge and practice gaps among community oncology providers in

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QIM23-146: Using a Multi-Modal Approach in Addressing Identified Barriers to Improve Lung Cancer Screening in Northeast Georgia—An Interim Report

Swathi Kanakamedala, Andria Caton, and Shivang Umesh Danak

weekly. We used a multi-modal approach of educational patient flyers, provider reference guides, and community outreach events. We also improved EMR documentation of smoking history by participating in the nationwide Just Ask campaign. Patient flyers

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HSR21-075: CancerSupportSource®-Caregiver: Psychometric Properties of 2-Item Depression and Anxiety Risk Screening Measures for Informal Cancer Caregivers

Alexandra K. Zaleta, Melissa F. Miller, Erica E. Fortune, Kelly A. Clark, and Elissa C. Kranzler

). We evaluated the psychometric performance of CSS-CG depression (CSS-D2) and anxiety (CSS-A2) risk screening subscales among community-based family and informal caregivers. Methods: 328 cancer caregivers enrolled in Cancer Support Community’s Cancer

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EPR23-087: Perceived Risk and Uptake of Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors for Breast Cancer Prevention Among High-Risk Women

Rachel Mason, Siri Tummala, Anand Singh, Tasleem J. Padamsee, and Rachel Meadows

aimed to assess BC risk perception, belief that BC risk can be lowered, and lifestyle behaviors (ie, weight management, diet, physical activity, alcohol use, and smoking) among a community-based sample of U.S. women with elevated BC risk. Methods: Non

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Highlights of the NCCN Oncology Research Program

cancer community and reduce socioeconomic-related cancer disparities. This prospective study will evaluate the effectiveness of CommunityRx-Cancer (CRx-Can). CRx-Can is an innovative, multilevel IT-enhanced patient navigation intervention that engages