• Cervical cancer: no survival benefit for ACT after concurrent chemoradiation

    Findings from ACTLACC trial.

  • Breast cancer: TP53 status determines effects of estrogen receptor

    Findings can repurpose hormone therapy in estrogen receptor-alpha-negative tumors.

  • Resected PDAC: study identifies optimal cutoff for early vs late recurrence

    Later recurrence is associated with better prognosis.

  • CRC: BMI shows little utility for assessing cardiovascular risk

    Existing guidelines recommend BMI for assessing body composition.

  • Salvage head/neck surgery: medical complications more deadly than surgical

    Better understanding of prognostic factors can help optimize care and outcomes.

  • Cancer: sexual-minority survivors have poorer access to care, lower QoL

    Differential effect in sexual-minority women vs men.

  • FDA approves avelumab-axitinib for frontline RCC

    Approval is based on phase 3 JAVELIN Renal 101 study.

  • Colorectal cancer rates rising among young adults in Europe
    Colorectal cancer rates rising among young adults in Europe

    Should screening guidelines be revised?

  • England witnesses a record number of clinical research participants
    England witnesses a record number of clinical research participants

    The NHS Long Term Plan is aiming to have one million participants by 2023-2024.

  • Hormones tied to increased breast cancer risk in trans women, men

    Risk remains lower than that of cis women.

  • Gastric cancer: HIPEC + cytoreductive surgery improves survival

    Combination tops surgery alone in patients with peritoneal metastases.

  • AML: can cytokines be leveraged to treat cancer-related fatigue?

    Cytokines played a limited role in key endpoint changes.

  • Oral cancer: 3 factors for time to recurrence, 4 for survival

    Individualized surveillance strategies can allow early diagnosis of relapse.

  • Early NSCLC: SBRT shows survival advantage over ablation procedures

    A significant proportion of patients are not candidates for surgical resection.

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