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Journal of Clinical Oncology recognizes that readers do not always have time to review an article in depth, and yet they still wish to understand how the results will influence their clinical practice or research. To address this need, we offer podcasts that will enhance the readership experience by presenting the key results of high-profile publications in a convenient audio format. Our podcasts are designed to place selected articles into a clinically useful perspective that is easy to listen to in the office or while on the road.

Oct 20, 2021

This podcast will discuss data from a phase II trial evaluating the dose-adjusted EOPCH-R chemo-immunotherapy regimen for the treatment of primary mediastinal B-cell lymphoma in children.

 

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LISA GIULINO-ROTH: This JCO podcast provides observations and commentary on the JCO article...


Oct 10, 2021

This podcast discusses the study, steroid dose reduction, practice experience, and guidance changes.

 

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ROBIN ZON: This JCO podcast provides observations and commentary on the JCO article-- "Do Steroids Matter: A Retrospective Review of Pre-Medication for Taxane Chemotherapy...


Sep 1, 2021

Improving care in vulvar cancer via the prospective Vulvar GROINSS VII study

 

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This JCO Podcast provides observations and commentary on the JCO article “Radiotherapy Versus Inguinofemoral Lymphadenectomy as Treatment for Vulvar Cancer Patients with Micrometastases in the Sentinel Node: Results of GROINSS-V...


Aug 10, 2021

Dr. Lindsay Morton of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health reflects on research findings by Øvlisen et al that leverage large-scale linked registries in Denmark to suggest that improvements in both chemotherapy treatments and assisted reproductive technologies have made it possible for...


Aug 1, 2021

This podcast describes the findings from a population-based retrospective decedent cohort study which suggest that palliative care involvement may be associated with a decreased need for high intensity of care during the final weeks of life in adolescents and young adults with cancer.

 

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This JCO Podcast...