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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.

Apr 20, 2015

A meta-analysis of 7 randomized trials comparing EGFR kinase inhibitors to chemotherapy for advanced EGFR-mutant lung cancer has shown that some populations gain greater benefit from targeted therapy – namely never-smokers, woman, and tumor harboring exon 19 deletions.

Apr 15, 2015

This podcast discusses a novel immunotherapy approach using an allogeneic whole tumor cell vaccine to prime, and a recombinant antigen-encoded bacterial vector to boost, immune responses against pancreatic cancer and explains why this approach may be beneficial in the treatment of advanced pancreatic...

Apr 14, 2015

In summary, healthcare providers caring for breast cancer patients hopefully recognize the need for consideration of genetic testing in appropriate individuals, and communicate that need to the patient. A discussion about why genetic testing is not appropriate may be as beneficial as one about why it is, and oncology...