For your patients
Describes the development and goals of the SharEs study, which aims to enhance patient-centered communication for breast cancer patients.
Summarizes the findings of recent studies examining the role of radiation therapy in the treatment of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma in the contemporary neoadjuvant setting.
The benefits of social media use for the oncology community are summarized.
The latest advances in tumor biology as they pertain to the surgical care of cancer patients are summarized.
The results of a quality improvement initiative at Rutgers New Jersey University Hospital, Newark, focused on increasing goals of care conversations in older patients with low pre-injury palliative performance scale scores.
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