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Journal of Clinical Oncology recognizes that readers do not always have time to review an article in depth, and yet they still wish to understand how the results will influence their clinical practice or research. To address this need, we offer podcasts that will enhance the readership experience by presenting the key results of high-profile publications in a convenient audio format. Our podcasts are designed to place selected articles into a clinically useful perspective that is easy to listen to in the office or while on the road.

Mar 12, 2012

This podcast partitions patients with early melanoma into those with very favorable features and compares them to those with a higher risk for dying of metastatic melanoma.


Mar 12, 2012

Incorporating the information form Dr Marconi's systematic review on the question "Does sedation at the end of life hasten death", I will provide useful guidance regarding how to discuss this issues with patients and their families.


Mar 5, 2012

This podcast describes the results from a subgroup of 732 women in the NSABP B-24 trial for the treatment of DCIS, where ER status was available, and describes how this can be used as a predictive test for response to adjuvant tamoxifen.


Mar 5, 2012

In this podcast, I will review a JCO article showing that the publication of CALGB C9343 trial results had little influence in practice patterns in the United States. I will discuss possible study-specific reasons for the lack in change of practice and explore the author’s implication that practitioners are more apt...


Mar 5, 2012

This podcast will discuss the current role of characterizing KRAS and BRAF in the management of colorectal cancer as well as a manuscript by Popovici and colleagues entitled "Identification of a poor prognosis BRAF-mutant-like population of colon cancer patients". In this manuscript, a molecular signature...