The Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO) serves its readers as the single most credible, authoritative resource for disseminating significant clinical oncology research. Usually presented in conjunction with an original report and an editorial published on www.jco.org, the JCO podcasts enable readers to stay current on the latest research while placing the results into a clinically useful context.
Commentary on GROINSS VII
Improving care in vulvar cancer via the prospective Vulvar GROINSS VII study
Harnessing the Power of Registries to Understand the Impact of Treatment for Hodgkin Lymphoma on Fertility
Dr. Lindsay Morton of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health reflects on research findings by Øvlisen et al that leverage large-scale linked registries in Denmark to suggest that improvements in both chemotherapy treatments and assisted reproductive technologies have made it possible for more survivors of Hodgkin lymphoma to become parents.
Subspecialty Palliative Care Involvement May Lessen the Need for High-Intensity End-of-Life Care for Adolescents and Young Adults With Cancer
This podcast describes the findings from a population-based retrospective decedent cohort study which suggest that palliative care involvement may be associated with a decreased need for high intensity of care during the final weeks of life in adolescents and young adults with cancer.
Can the Incorporation of Minimal Residual Disease Detection Enhance Post-CAR T Outcomes in Patients With Large B-Cell Lymphoma?
Minimal residual disease positivity is predictive of disease progression in patients with large B-cell lymphoma treated with anti-CD19 CAR T-cells.
Moving Forward With Venetoclax-Based Combinations in Younger Adults With Acute Myeloid Leukemia
Venetoclax in combination with FLAG-IDA chemotherapy shows safety and promising efficacy in both untreated and relapsed/refractory AML in this phase 1b/2 study, providing a strong rationale for phase 3 trials incorporating this agent in patients fit for intensive therapy.
A Deep Dive Into HLA Typing For Unrelated Donor Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation
This podcast comments on a large registry study evaluating the effect of ultra-high-resolution HLA typing on outcomes of unrelated donor transplantation.
Good Information, but
The information provided is important, but the presenters are stilted.
I really want to like this podcast, but...
unfortunately, although the content is excellent, the delivery is awful. Most of the time the presenters just read the text of the podcast - very fast, in a monotonous voice. While as a written piece it could perhaps work, it doesn't work as an audio. I end up pausing and rewinding, and eventually giving up on learning and remembering. An audio lecture needs to be delivered at a slower pace, with fewer lists and numbers...