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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.

May 18, 2015

The two recent papers by Kitagawa, et al and Rose, et al, give us treatment options and tools that help maximize not only the benefits of survival with treatment but minimization of non-beneficial treatment toxicity through identification of patients with advanced and recurrent cervical cancer that are most and least...


May 11, 2015

This is a well-annotated study demonstrating that men treated with androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer have impaired cognitive performance within six months of starting therapy and that a specific genetic polymorphism may lend toward greater susceptibility to cognitive impairment.


May 11, 2015

This trial supports the use of neoadjuvant capecitabine monotherapy as a potentially more convenient radiosensitizer that does not sacrifice surgical and pathologic outcomes in rectal cancer. However, further study is needed.


May 4, 2015

This is a requested commentary regarding a concurrently-published manuscript which evaluated the utility of omega-2 fatty acids for the treatment of aromatase inhibitor-associated arthralgias.