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Enrique Soto 20h
My comments on research presented at for This year is a turning point for the field with three RCT showing that geriatric-guided interventions improve outcomes in older adults with cancer!
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Cancer and Aging Research Group (CARG) #GeriOnc Jun 3
We are pleased to introduce the 1st issue of the new CARG quarterly newsletter, Cancer and Aging Research Report. View the newsletter here:
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Nicolò Battisti, MD 24h
Integrated management of older cancer patients changes outcomes: excellent review by my stellar mentor Dr M Extermann on FOUR practice changing (or practice confirming) trials recently presented at :
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Sophie Pilleron 16h
Why waiting longer? Geriatric assessment + geriatric interventions improve outcome in with !!
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Ramy Sedhom May 30
Congrats to the investigators for amazing work BUT... Anyone frustrated that STILL - we are asking for data to show that integration of palliative care, serious illness conversations and geriatric assessments are good for patients? THIS SHOULD BE SOC
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Melisa Wong, MD, MAS May 29
If geriatric assessment-driven intervention was a drug, it would be FDA approved and implemented in all cancer clinics to improve the care of older adults. Congrats to the both research teams!
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Enrique Soto May 30
Incredibly deserved BJ Kennedy Award for His clinic served as the blueprint for the first clinic in 🇲🇽 at A huge inspiration and one of the nicest guys I know. Congrats Andy!!!!
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Enrique Soto May 30
Good to see specific RCT in PANDA supports the use of less cytotoxic chemotherapy in older patients with metastatic colon cancer. 70% of patients had abnormal geriatric screening.
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Cancer and Aging Research Group (CARG) #GeriOnc May 31
Highlighting abstracts from during the ASCO CARG mtg. 1/ discussed his abstract on post-op in older patients following cancer related and other high-risk surgeries:
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Tanya Wildes MD May 31
The highlight of for me: annual CARG dinner - virtual. Loved hearing your voices, my friends! Posters presented, nearly-naked-husband-photobombers, 65th birthdays and big awards to celebrate, and ever-present memories of Arti and her legacy.
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Enrique Soto May 29
Finally finished watching the Clinical Science Symposium. Great to finally have some RCT of geriatric assessment-driven interventions with hard outcomes! I’ll comment on three of them (COI disclosure: I’m co-author on one)
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The ASCO Post Jun 1
Geriatric Assessment–Driven Intervention Benefits Older Adults With Cancer
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Enrique Soto May 31
Where do we go from here? Dr. Muss, pioneer of , talks about the future of geriatric oncology research after
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William Dale, MD, PhD #GeriOnc #SupportiveCare May 29
Great summary of the data! Absolutely no excuse to not use a GA when offering cheotherapy to an older adult with cancer. None! These were plenary-worthy findings.
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Grant R. Williams, MD May 30
I can completely contribute my entire career in and decision to pursue oncology to Hy Muss. He’s an amazing mentor, true poineer in the field, and an overall tremendous person!
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Supriya Mohile May 30
discussing abstracts from the clinical trial symposium “You’re only old once”. She teaches us about prehabilitation, supportive care interventions for pts, and focusing on endpoints that matter to older adults. This is a session not to miss.
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Supriya Mohile May 29
I am so proud of investigators and team who successfully completed Arti’s study and showed that geriatric assessment with a MDT can lower incidence of serious tox in pts. We do miss you Arti. ❤️
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Andrew Chapman May 31
So kind Enrique. The team is strong and I am honored to be a part of it, together we go far
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Natasha Dhawan, MD May 31
Great summary on in cancer care. My take home points: 🌟Treat the person, not the disease. Know patients as people FIRST 🌟Involve your entire team - provide unique skill sets 🌟1 +ve about , it's required us think creatively!
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Richard J. Lin MD PhD Jun 1
Important study with transplant timing implication for older AML patients receiving HMA+VEN.
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