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2012 Best of ASCO San Diego

Colorectal Cancer

Evidence Is Changing Colorectal Cancer Treatment Landscape

Key colorectal cancer studies presented at this year’s ASCO Annual Meeting are changing the treatment landscape in this disease, according to Michael Overman, MD, of The University of Texas MD Anderso...

New Therapies Capitalize on Lung Cancer’s Molecular Vulnerabilities

Research reported at this year’s ASCO Annual Meeting attests to the tremendous molecular diversity of non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and the power of appropriately selected treatment, according to...

Supportive Care

2012 Is ‘Banner Year’ for Research on Symptom Management

The year 2012 was “a banner year for symptom management,” according to Debra L. Barton, RN, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, who presented data on patient and survivor care at the Best o...

CNS Cancers

Investigators’ Perseverance Pays Off in Treating Anaplastic Oligodendroglioma

The theme of this year’s key abstracts on central nervous system tumors is that “perseverance and analysis of long-term outcomes lead to practice-changing results and important insights,” according to...

Progress, Slow but Sure, Seen for Current Lung Cancer Therapies

This year, we have some abstracts that help move things forward in lung cancer, maybe at a little bit slower pace than in previous years. But there are important points that we can learn from some of ...

Solid Tumors

Noncolorectal GI Cancer Evidence Incorporated into Guidelines

The noncolorectal gastrointestinal cancer studies selected for this year’s Best of ASCO meetings include some whose results are being folded into practice guidelines or are good candidates for incorpo...

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