Best Practices in How Oncologists and Pathologists Can Work Together to Optimize Biomarker Testing for their Patients with CancerVideo Categories: 2018 ASCO Insights, Biomarkers, and Video Library
Dr Sanjiv Agarwala describes best practices developed at St. Luke’s Cancer Center, where a committee has been formed in which clinicians and pathologists meet to reach consensus on reflex testing of molecular biomarkers, as well as the value of biomarker testing in enhancing patient care.
How to Foster Communication Among all Members of the Cancer Care Team with Pathologists to Deliver Individualized Treatment for Patients with Lung Cancer
Drs Roy Herbst and David Rimm consider novel ways that surgeons, interventional radiologists, pulmonologists, medical oncologists, and pathologists interact at Yale Cancer Center to maximize the use of common molecular biomarkers, as well as NGS and TMB, in providing precision medicine to lung cancer patients.
Emily Knight presents why quality of life is a big issue in polycythemia vera and how she helps patients in management Supported through funding from Incyte