A review of the importance family, friends, and a support system have on the cancer journey and survival outcomes for young adults with cancer.
A review of myelofibrosis, including an update on treatment options, was presented at the 2023 ONA Summit.
Several factors influenced the likelihood of COVID-19 vaccination among patients with cancer who already had COVID-19, a new study suggests.
Researchers sought to determine whether use of low-titer group O whole blood in emergency transfusion would have a survival advantage over component therapy.
Researchers sought to determine whether leniolisib would improve markers of immune dysfunction among patients with an inborn error of immunity caused by APDS.
Oncologist participation in the merit-based incentive payment system (MIPS) is below national participation across all specialties.
Among older patients with diabetes, metformin was associated with a reduced risk of cancer, but the combination of aspirin and metformin was associated with an increased risk of cancer death.
Editorial board members for oncology-focused journals may sit on multiple editorial boards at the same time.
Researchers sought to determine whether there was a link between neighborhood disadvantages and health status in survivors of blood or marrow transplants.
COVID-19 vaccination may reduce the risk of COVID-19 sequelae in patients with cancer, according to researchers.
More than one-third of ASCO grants were awarded to researchers at 4 institutions.
This report describes the results achieved with an outpatient care clinic designed to address febile neutropenia in patients with hematologic cancers.
Researchers sought to determine whether IM-TMI combined with fludarabine and melphalan would be a feasible conditioning regimen for patients undergoing allo-SCT.
High drug prices and ongoing shortages may prompt cancer patients to buy treatments online and fall prey to illegitimate pharmacies.
Critically ill patients with cancer who develop delirium have a higher risk of dying in the hospital or intensive care unit, a study suggests.
Researchers sought to determine whether Orca-T could improve relapse and survival outcomes compared with historical controls for patients receiving allo-HSCT.
Researchers investigated potential gaps in understanding of palliative care among nurse practitioners in oncology at a large US-based cancer center.
Researchers sought to determine the medical costs for survivors of blood or marrow transplantation during a period of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most oncology providers surveyed said that immediately releasing clinical information to patients has had a negative impact on their practice and patients.
Survivors of pediatric cancer have a higher rate of clonal hematopoiesis than their peers at any age, a study suggests.
A new algorithm can help predict which cancer patients have a higher risk of visiting the emergency department or requiring hospitalization, according to researchers.
Patients with cancer experienced symptoms of PTSD during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, a French study suggests.
From 2020 to 2050, the global economic cost of cancers is projected to be $25.2 trillion in international dollars.
Researchers assessed whether PTCy with sirolimus would reduce median time to immunosuppression withdrawal and a lower rate of chronic GVHD following allo-HCT.
Researchers evaluated immune and metabolic function from samples of patients in the ALLOZITHRO trial to determine how azithromycin increases relapse risk after ASCT.
Timely discussions about end-of-life preferences can ensure patients with advanced cancer receive care that aligns with their goals, experts say.
Researchers conducted a retrospective study to comprehensively characterize DDX41 mutations in a multinational cohort of patients with MNs.
Researchers sought to determine rates of progressive morbidity in patients with IEI who underwent alloSCT.
A biopsychosocial screening program can provide clinical benefits for patients with cancer, a study suggests.
Stimufend is a leukocyte growth factor.
UBA1 variants identified in one in 4,269 men older than 50 years and one in 26,238 women older than 50 years.
Researchers sought to determine whether itacitinib would be an effective treatment for acute GVHD through a multicenter, phase 2 trial.
Pfizer-BioNTech’s bivalent COVID-19 vaccine may not protect cancer patients from the most common omicron subvariant in circulation now, a study suggests.
Researchers sought to determine whether immunopeptidome divergence would impact survival in patients undergoing hematopoietic cell transplant.
Researchers sought to determine whether there were delays in or discontinuation of treatment for cancer among different populations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers sought to determine if momelotinib provided better improvements in anemia in patients with myelofibrosis, compared with treatment with danazol.
Researchers determined aspirin was noninferior to LMWH for rates of mortality and pulmonary embolism in patients with a limb fracture requiring surgery or a pelvic or acetabular fracture.
Though female representation on ASCO panels is increasing, women remain underrepresented on certain panels, and all-male panels still exist.
COVID-19 vaccines did not reduce the risk of severe COVID-19 among cancer patients who received radiation, CAR T-cell therapy, or HSCT.
Oncology trial reports written by medical writers are more likely to have surrogate endpoints as the primary endpoint.
A study evaluated implementation of Children’s Oncology Group recommendations for education delivery to parents of children with newly diagnosed cancer.
The FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research released draft guidance on evaluating donor eligibility by risk-based questions to reduce the risk of HIV transmission by blood and blood products.
The risk of early death in AYAs with cancer depends on the type of malignancy they have as well as multiple demographic factors, a study suggests.
Using artificial intelligence to screen cancer patients for clinical trials is effective and efficient, research suggests.
Most NCCN member institutions support patients’ transportation needs, but there is a lack of routine screening for transportation insecurity, a survey suggests.
Aggregated data can hide disparities in cancer incidence and outcomes among Asian and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander patients in the US.
A retrospective secondary analysis sought to determine the effects of creative arts interventions on pediatric patients’ anxiety during the first year of treatment.
Researchers sought to determine whether ibrutinib could improve outcomes in the frontline setting of cGVHD.
Many cancer patients are seeking emergency care for conditions that could be prevented, a study suggests.
Compared with the general population, survivors of childhood and adolescent cancers have an increased risk of 6 major psychiatric disorders.
New research has revealed disparities in access to cancer care among children, adolescents, and young adults in the United States.