Spotlighting Social, Emotional Needs in Underserved Populations With Cancer
Psychological and emotional needs specific to populations with cancer are often overlooked in clinical research, including those of adolescents, young adults, immigrants, and people of lower socioeconomic status.
German Study Shows Savings Using ClonoSEQ to Guide Multiple Myeloma Treatment
Study authors found that knowing a patient’s minimal residual disease status can help pinpoint the right multiple myeloma therapy to improve overall and progression-free survival.
Biden Administration Drug Plan Includes Value-Based Payment Ideas for Medicare
The administration said it would make the results of its drug price negotiations with manufacturers, as well as its approach to value-based care models, open to a variety of payers.
Multidisciplinary Approach Important for Successful HCC Care
Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is challenging to diagnose and has an evolving treatment landscape, which makes a multidisciplinary approach to care important to ensure high-quality care and the best patient outcomes.
Study Will Collect Patient Preferences for NSCLC Treatments
This study protocol comes amid a paradigm shift in the treatment of advanced-stagen non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) following the emergence and uptake of immunotherapy.
Switching to a Pegfilgrastim Biosimilar May Facilitate Access to Chemotherapy
Switching patients from reference pegfilgrastim to a biosimilar could lead to substantial cost savings, with potential to offset the cost of and allow for greater access to chemotherapy treatment, investigators concluded.
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