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Reece J. Knippel and Cynthia L. Sears

bacteria produce toxins, such as Bacteroides fragilis toxin and colibactin, that alter CEC signaling and/or damage CEC DNA, resulting in mutations and/or cytotoxicity that further alter host and microbial community function. (C) This multifactorial

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Matthew Loscalzo, Karen Clark, Jeff Dillehunt, Redmond Rinehart, Rex Strowbridge, and Daniel Smith

to be a time-consuming and daunting task for physicians when they have increasingly less time to spend with patients. This is true in both large academic cancer centers and small community practices. Several studies show the financial

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Stacy M. Fischer, Danielle M. Kline, Sung-Joon Min, Sonia Okuyama, and Regina M. Fink

the strategies we implemented to achieve our enrollment goals and engage an underrepresented population in a CCT. Methods Formative Work We developed our study methods and intervention content using community participatory action methods. We

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Shauna McManus, Alexandra K. Zaleta, Melissa F. Miller, Joanne S. Buzaglo, Julie S. Olson, Sara Goldberger, and Kevin Stein

Background: CancerSupportSource (CSS) is a 25-item distress screening tool implemented at community-based cancer support organizations and hospitals nationwide. CSS assesses distress over 5 domains: (1) emotional concerns (including depression and

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Michael Angarone and Michael G. Ison

analysis . Biol Blood Marrow Transplant 2004 ; 10 : 58 – 64 . 101. Nichols WG Gooley T Boeckh M . Community-acquired respiratory syncytial virus and parainfluenza virus infections after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation: the Fred

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Presenters: Thomas A. Farrington, Liz Margolies, Shonta Chambers, Maria D. Garcia-Jimenez, and Alyssa A. Schatz

Moderator : Carmen E. Guerra

to Mr. Farrington, the patient community understands that early detection, screening, and prevention are high priorities that need to be addressed to achieve equity in cancer care, but disparities during the treatment phase are another concern

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Terrell Johnson, Lindsey A.M. Bandini, Darryl Mitteldorf, Elizabeth Franklin, Justin E. Bekelman, and Robert W. Carlson

to cancer care that is multispecialty, multisite, and has multiple therapeutic options. In the midst of this changing landscape, members of the patient community are voicing concerns about the lack of inclusion and patient-centricity in the cancer

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Physicians Reference NCCN Guidelines First, According to QuantiaMD Survey QuantiaMD, an Interactive Physician Community centered on a proprietary, interactive mobile and web platform, recently surveyed its members on their usage of clinical

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Presenters: Diane K. Hammon, Elizabeth A. Souza, Anne Chiang, and Lawrence N. Shulman

Moderator : Timothy Kubal

trying to serve communities that may be a several-hour drive from where we work,” she said during a roundtable discussion, moderated by Timothy Kubal, MD, MBA, Senior Medical Director, Moffitt Cancer Center, at the NCCN 2022 Annual Conference. “This

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The Cancer Center Cessation Initiative Telehealth Working Group

disproportionately greater for older adults and for those in low-income communities, rural areas, and communities of color, threatening to worsen preexisting disparities in healthcare access and health status. 2 , 3 Although technology barriers could worsen