This study compares the readability and accuracy of patient-oriented online resources for pancreatic cancer by treatment modality and website affiliation.
This study reports on the Oncology NSQIP National Cancer Center Collaborative collecting 3 additional case characteristics representing greater operative complexity and risk with the aim to improve patient risk prediction and case-mix adjustment.
This cohort study evaluates the impact of extranodal extension size on axillary nodal burden, disease recurrence, and survival in patients with breast cancer.
This Viewpoint examines the trends and predictors of the use of radiation for localized unresectable pancreatic cancer.
This population-based registry study suggests that stereotactic ablative radiotherapy for non–small cell lung cancer may be a good option among elderly patients with multiple comorbidities.
In a retrospective study covering the past 30 years at a tertiary cancer care institution, Radkani and coauthors review 30 patients with primary breast lymphoma (stage I or II) and analyze the different treatment modalities.
In an electronic survey, Wasif and coauthors determine if clinical specialty introduces bias in recommendations for multimodality treatment of soft tissue sarcoma. See invited critique by Sherman et al.