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in urological cancers will be developed throughout the coming year. “NCCN is pleased to be able to collaborate with clinicians in Japan in determining appropriate and effective avenues of care for their oncology patients,” said William T. McGivney

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Robert W. Carlson

in their specialties, but they can also hear from other stakeholders about how we can all work together to improve cancer care in the future. Additionally, eligible conference-goers were able to earn up to 17.25 credits for continuing education during

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Amy Waller, Rob Sanson-Fisher, Nicholas Zdenkowski, Charles Douglas, Alix Hall and Justin Walsh

, were attending the clinic for their second or subsequent appointment (to ensure that patients had experienced cancer care), were aged ≥18 years, were able to read and understand English, and were deemed by clinical staff to be physically and mentally

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Matthew Ellis

less familiar mutations will eventually become essential to breast cancer management. “Breast cancer is not one disease, and our molecular terminologies are beginning to have some clinical utility in this regard. For instance, we are able to define a

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Rita Potter

? Are we going to empower and finance the drive for the changes necessary to be successful in a value-based payment environment together? Are we going to become clinically integrated and share risk? To be able to participate in the Medicare Shared

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Robert J. Morgan

report, a Schnauzer was able to accurately differentiate between malignant and nonmalignant ovarian tissue with 100% sensitivity and 97.5% specificity. 6 The only error occurred when the dog was presented a tissue sample containing malignant metastatic

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Elizabeth A. Nardi, James McCanney, Katy Winckworth-Prejsnar, Alyssa A. Schatz, Kerin Adelson, Marcus Neubauer, Mary Lou Smith, Ronald Walters and Robert W. Carlson

manual chart validation in order to analyze 1 year of data; however, they were able to see gaps in care and identify areas for improvement. 10 Being able to measure the percentage of patients admitted to an inpatient service, emergency department, or

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Armin Shahrokni, Amy Tin, Robert J. Downey, Vivian Strong, Sanam Mahmoudzadeh, Manpreet K. Boparai, Sincere McMillan, Andrew Vickers and Beatriz Korc-Grodzicki

eRFA was 15 minutes (95% CI, 13–17 minutes), and 83% of patients (95% CI, 73%–90%) were able to complete the eRFA in ≤25 minutes. Satisfaction Survey: To assess patient and caregiver satisfaction with the content and delivery of the eRFA, the first

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June M. McKoy, Peggy S. Burhenn, Ilene S. Browner, Kari L. Loeser, Katrina M. Tulas, Megan R. Oden and Randall W. Rupper

individuals with cancer must be able to navigate complex cancer treatment and communicate with their treatment providers about toxicities of treatment if and when they occur. This article outlines the evidence, including that from the literature, that provides

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Ernest S. Han and Mark Wakabayashi

% to 87% of patients are able to undergo successful optimal debulking procedures, which is dependent on the skill and experience of the surgeon. 2 To improve on this, investigators have tried to use various tools, such as imaging studies, CA-125, and