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Factors Leading to Black Patient Disparities in Hematology Trials With Shakira Grant, MBBS

At the recent American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting, Shakira J. Grant, MBBS, an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, sat down with Oncology Data Advisor to discuss her research she presented, "If You Don't Trust Your Doctor That Much…You'd Feel Less Confident Doing a Research Study": Factors Influencing Black Patient Participation in Hematology Trials.

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Additional Advances in Immune Thrombocytopenia Research and Clinical Trials With Allison Imahiyerobo, APN

In 2022, Allison Imahiyerobo, an Advanced Practice Nurse at the Englewood Health Physician Network in New Jersey, led a continuing medical education (CME)/nursing continuing professional development (NCPD)–approved activity with i3 Health, New Insights and Avenues for Improved Patient Outcomes in Immune Thrombocytopenia. A year later, Ms. Imahiyerobo sat down with Oncology Data Advisor to discuss additional advancements and updates in ITP management and patient care since recording. Oncology Dat...

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Advocating for Patients During Multiple Myeloma Clinical Trial Design and Post-Protocol: Manni Mohyuddin, MBBS, and Rahul Banerjee, MD

In this interview in honor of Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month, Dr. Rahul Banerjee, an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, and member of the Oncology Data Advisor Editorial Board, speaks with Dr. Manni Mohyuddin about the importance of designing clinically relevant end points for clinical trials in multiple myeloma. 

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Advocating for Patients During Multiple Myeloma Clinical Trial Design and Post-Protocol: Manni Mohyuddin, MBBS, and Rahul Banerjee, MD

Oncology Data Advisor™ · Advocating for Patients in Multiple Myeloma Clinical Trials: Manni Mohyuddin and Rahul Banerjee In this interview in honor of Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month, Dr. Rahul Banerjee, an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, and member of the Oncology Data Advisor Editorial Board, speaks with Dr. Manni Mohyuddin about the importance of designing clinically relevant end points for clinical trials in multiple myelom...

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The Pharmacist’s Role in Oncology Clinical Trials With Beth Koselke, PharmD, BCOP

At the recent American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Beth Koselke, PharmD, BCOP, of the US Oncology Network, presented her team's research regarding the impact of a clinical pharmacist intervention program in oncology trial enrollment. Afterwards, she spoke with Oncology Data Advisor to explain the significance of the study's results and to further enlighten us about the role that pharmacists can play in clinical trial design, screening, and enrollment. Oncology ...

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Discussing Patient-Reported Hope in Early Phase Clinical Trials With Debra Lundquist, PhD, RN

At the recent American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, Debra Lundquist, PhD, RN, of Massachusetts General Hospital and colleagues presented their poster that sought to bridge the gap between recent advances in individual therapy which led to improved outcomes and a better understanding of patient-reported hope, quality of life, symptom burden, and coping mechanisms in early phase clinical trial participants.  

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Furthering Clinical Trials and Improving Outcomes for Patients With Lung Cancer: Ross Camidge, MD, PhD

The outcomes of patients with lung cancer have improved significantly in recent years, largely due to the treatment targeting the cancer's specific genetic profile and the impact of immunotherapy, often in different groups of patients. In this interview, Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, Director of Thoracic Oncology at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, discusses the importance of considering multiple factors when deciding on clinical trials for patients. Oncology Data Advisor: When would you recom...

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