Journal of Clinical Oncology

Journal of Clinical Oncology
Using the Risk Assessment Index to predict mortality and quality of life in breast and gynecologic cancer patients.

To aid oncologists in identifying patients with highest risk for adverse outcomes, the study investigated the RAI, a validated tool used to assess frailty in patients prior to elective surgery.

Journal of Clinical Oncology
Landscape of somatic DNA damage repair (DDR) gene mutations in genitourinary cancer in China.

In this study, the authors assessed DDR GAs for better understanding therapeutic implications.

Journal of Clinical Oncology
Provision of smartphones in a symptom monitoring program of gynecologic and breast cancer patients during active therapy.

With advances in technology, smartphones are being used for multiple research and clinical care functions. However, not all patients have these devices, leading to disparities in participation.

Journal of Clinical Oncology
The association of polypharmacy with functional status impairment, frailty, and health-related quality of life in older adults with gastrointestinal malignancy: Results from the Cancer and Aging Resilience Evaluation (CARE) registry.

The study's objective was to examine the prevalence of polypharmacy and its association with functional status impairments, frailty, and health-related quality of life in older adults with GI malig

Journal of Clinical Oncology
Multiple myeloma (MM) therapy within a Medicare-insured patient population: Role of care setting and oncologist sub-specialization in hematologic malignancies.

Dramatic increases in oncology practice consolidation with hospitals may affect care setting and whether patients see oncologists that specialize in their cancer, with downstream effects on...

Journal of Clinical Oncology
Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in older adults with gastrointestinal (GI) cancer undergoing surgery.

Older adults with GI cancer often experience poor surgical outcomes, yet little is known about their PROs, such as physical function, quality of life, and physical and psychological symptom burden.

Journal of Clinical Oncology
Toward Improving Patients’ Experiences of Acute Toxicity From Breast Radiotherapy: Insights From the Analysis of Patient-Reported Outcomes in a Large Multicenter Cohort

Understanding acute toxicities after whole-breast radiotherapy is important to inform patients, guide treatment decisions, and target supportive care.

Journal of Clinical Oncology
Hypofractionated Whole-Breast Irradiation: Case Closed?
Journal of Clinical Oncology
Accelerating the Global Development of Pediatric Cancer Drugs: A Call to Coordinate the Submissions of Pediatric Investigation P...
Journal of Clinical Oncology
Longer Follow-Up Confirms Recurrence-Free Survival Benefit of Adjuvant Pembrolizumab in High-Risk Stage III Melanoma: Updated Re...
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