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Research in Review

Research in Review

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JCP Editors

Citation

J Clin Pathways. 2018;4(5):18-22.

NCCN Releases Updates for Bladder Cancer Staging, Treatment

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network released updated guidelines for the staging, primary evaluation, and surgical management of bladder cancer.

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Alternative Cancer Research Model Accelerates Studies, Improves Cost Benefits

A review proposes a new form of research that includes cancer researchers as the primary drivers of the process and outlines the benefits of the model in relation to potential improved cost benefits.

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NCCN Resource Helps Patients With Leukemia Understand Treatment Options

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network has released a free resource to help patients with acute myeloid leukemia and their families become better informed in treatment decision-making.

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Timely Reporting of Supportive Care Needs in End-of-Life Care

A study found that timely reporting of palliative care needs may lead to less aggressive therapy and end-of-life care among patients with non-small cell lung cancer.

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Do Cancer Survivorship Care Plans Improve Health Outcomes, Care Delivery?

A recent systematic review evaluated whether survivorship care plan delivery has a positive impact on health outcomes and health care delivery for patients with cancer.

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Long-Term Survival in Advanced Hodgkin Lymphoma Improving Over Time

Rates of survival have increased in patients with stage III to IV Hodgkin lymphoma over 3 decades as a result of improvements in the US health care system.

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ASCO Updates Guideline for Assessment, Management of Vulnerabilities in Older Patients Undergoing Chemo

The American Society of Clinical Oncology released an update to their guideline for geriatric oncology, focused on the practical assessment and management of vulnerabilities in older patients receiving chemotherapy.

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Accurate Risk Prediction Models Identified for Selecting Smokers for Lung Cancer Screening

Four risk prediction models have been shown to accurately select the highest risk smokers for lung cancer screening.

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