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Christina Signorelli, Claire E. Wakefield, Karen A. Johnston, Joanna E. Fardell, Jordana K McLoone, Mary-Ellen E. Brierley, Maria Schaffer, Elysia Thornton-Benko, Afaf Girgis, W. Hamish Wallace, Richard J. Cohn, and on behalf of the BSU Implementation Group

summarize sample characteristics, analyze feasibility/acceptability, and summarize secondary outcomes. We compared self-efficacy scores preintervention and postintervention using multilevel models (MIXED function). Results Of 36 eligible and contactable

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Caijin Lin, Jiayi Wu, Shuning Ding, Chihwan Goh, Lisa Andriani, Shuangshuang Lu, Kunwei Shen, and Li Zhu

than stage IV, unknown demographic characteristics and follow-up, or unknown involvement of bone, brain, liver, or lung, and those diagnosed at autopsy or via death certificate were excluded. Eligible patients were divided randomly into the training or

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Lauren E. Kernochan and Rochelle L. Garcia

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Carcinosarcoma of the uterus (malignant mixed Müllerian tumor [MMMT]) is an uncommon, typically extremely aggressive neoplasm histologically composed of malignant epithelial and mesenchymal (stromal) elements. Although the literature contains some debate, most authors now agree that most MMMTs derive from sarcomatous differentiation in a high-grade carcinoma. This article reviews the clinical and histopathologic features of this interesting neoplasm, with particular emphasis on recent data supporting MMMTs as primarily epithelial malignant neoplasms with areas of mesenchymal/spindle cell differentiation.

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Thi Thanh Tam Bui, Quoc Thang Pham, Dang Anh Thu Phan, Quoc Dat Ngo, Thanh Hai Phan, Thi Ngoc Ha Hua, and Sao Trung Nguyen

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Daphna Y. Spiegel, Matthew J. Boyer, Julian C. Hong, Christina D. Williams, Michael J. Kelley, Joseph K. Salama, and Manisha Palta

resection and consideration of adjuvant chemotherapy (AC) based on patient and tumor characteristics. The role of AC in colon cancer is supported by the results of NSABP C01, 1 a pooled analysis, 2 and the MOSAIC trial 3 showing improvement in disease

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Ritesh R. Kotecha, Ronan Flippot, Taylor Nortman, Annalisa Guida, Sujata Patil, Bernard Escudier, Robert J. Motzer, Laurence Albiges, and Martin H. Voss

clinical variables. R version 3.6.1 (R Foundation for Statistical Computing) was used for statistical analyses. Results Patient Characteristics From 2001 through 2019, 68 clinical trials conducted at Gustave Roussy and Memorial Sloan Kettering

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Seanthel Delos Santos, Noah Witzke, Bishal Gyawali, Vanessa Sarah Arciero, Amanda Putri Rahmadian, Louis Everest, Matthew C. Cheung, and Kelvin K. Chan

assessed at the time of primary publication and at 3 years post-FDA approval using all publicly available data in eligible subsequent publications. Results Characteristics of Included Studies Of 113 indications that met the eligibility criteria, there were

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Ishveen Chopra, Malcolm D. Mattes, Patricia Findley, Xi Tan, Nilanjana Dwibedi, and Usha Sambamoorthi

service. Each individual was observed for 48 months ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1. Schematic of the study design. Each individual was observed for 48 months with a 24-month baseline (for identification of CAD and baseline characteristics), 12-month preindex, and

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Pamala A. Pawloski, Gabriel A. Brooks, Matthew E. Nielsen, and Barbara A. Olson-Bullis

Background Clinical decision support (CDS) systems include any electronic system designed to directly aid clinical decision-making by using individual patient characteristics to generate patient-specific assessments or recommendations. 1 , 2 These

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Ashish Rai, Xuesong Han, Zhiyuan Zheng, K. Robin Yabroff, and Ahmedin Jemal

characteristics (year 1 sociodemographic features, insurance status, usual source of care, comorbidity count, smoking status, active treatment status, tertile of office visits, any ED visits, and any inpatient care) and membership of the highest satisfaction