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NCCN Policy Summit: Cancer Care in the Workplace: Building a 21st Century Workplace for Patients, Survivors, and Caretakers

Victoria Hood, Lindsey Bandini, Taneal Carter, Alyssa Schatz, John Sweetenham, Warren Smedley, Joanna Fawzy Morales, Rebecca V. Nellis, Randy A. Jones, Lynn Zonakis, and Robert W. Carlson

Community, agreed that navigation and support are critical, because benefits are often difficult for individuals to understand and navigate. Panelists also emphasized the importance of considering long-term rather than just short-term costs when

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Neutrophil Biology and the Next Generation of Myeloid Growth Factors

David C. Dale

candidates and recipients of HPC transplantation: a comparative analysis of feasibility and outcome for community donors versus related donors . Transfusion 2002 ; 42 : 1414 – 1421 . 57 Ofran Y Avivi I Oliven A . Granulocyte transfusions for

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Are NCI Cancer Centers Providing Adolescents and Young Adults With Cancer Focused Clinical Services? A National Survey

Katherine Daunov, Michael Daunov, Kara Noskoff, Hilary Gan, Simon Davies, Megan Farrell, Whitney Hadley, Amelia Baffa, Jennifer Giesel, Rachel Egler, Alex Y. Huang, John J. Letterio, and Richard T. Lee

centers (7%) offered referral to a community fertility clinic not affiliated with their center. Most (78%) provided services if requested by patients. To a lesser extent, respondents reported sexual health being addressed in the survivorship phase (47%) or

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How Have Multigene Panels Changed the Clinical Practice of Genetic Counseling and Testing

Robert Pilarski

and counseling. 28 Community Education Although panel testing has certainly moved clinical practice forward in many ways, it has also introduced its own set of problems that highlight the need for education of community practitioners on the

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HSR19-084: Real-World Treatment Patterns and Clinical Outcomes in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients with EGFR Exon 20 Insertion Mutations

Maral DerSarkissian, Shuanglian Li, Aaron Galaznik, Rachel Bhak, Iryna Bocharova, Thomas Kulalert, Huamao M. Lin, Hui Huang, and Mei Sheng Duh

: Flatiron Health electronic health record data, largely from community oncology practices, from January 2011–April 2018 were used for this retrospective observational study. Treatment-naïve (TN) and relapsed/refractory (RR) second-line patients diagnosed

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QIM19-142: Development of a Low Resource Tool for Improving Head and Neck Cancer Treatment Delivery Within an Integrated Health Care Delivery System

Vlad Sandulache, Anita Sabichi, George Chen, and Scott Charnitsky

designed to streamline cancer diagnosis and treatment. Head and neck cancer (HNC) remains a difficult disease to diagnose and treat. Delivery of multimodality treatment for advanced HNC is challenging at both academic centers and in the community setting

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Access to and Appropriateness of Cancer Care: Who Decides?

William T. McGivney

clinicians and on the judgement of experts, in particular. To some extent, the clinical community brought this situation on itself with the variations in care and unnecessary procedure rates that were documented in the late 1980s. Now, unfortunately, the

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The Challenges of Colorectal Cancer Survivorship

Crystal S. Denlinger and Andrea M. Barsevick

Edited by Kerrin G. Robinson

treatment of vaginal stenosis resulting from pelvic radiation therapy . Community Oncology 2006 ; 3 : 665 – 671 . 80 Lindsey I George B Kettlewell M Mortensen N . Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of sildenafil (Viagra) for

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Patterns and Trends of Cancer Screening in Canada: Results From a Contemporary National Survey

Omar Abdel-Rahman

individuals with a confirmed cancer diagnosis. Cross-sectional studies may be more relevant to the assessment of adherence to different cancer screening programs. 7 The Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) is a cross-sectional study conducted annually and

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Personalizing Medicine Through Personalized Communication: Individuality of the Patient Across Borders and Cultures

Giuseppe Curigliano

) coping with cancer through spirituality and community involvement. 1. The predominant sense of loss associated with breast cancer is a consistent theme for all women, across any latitude or longitude. This loss is both physical and emotional. Women