The authors of this article emphasized the importance of actively involving a diverse group of interdisciplinary team members in the psychosocial care of these patients.
Hands-on roles initially played by nurse navigators and nurse practitioners in the delivery of CAR-T cell therapy have evolved into resource/care coordination roles.
A study found that grading systems for assessing toxicities from CAR-T therapy produced inconsistent scores, prompting a call for a more unified grading approach.
The development of a second hematologic malignancy after being diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) appears to be uncommon, a retrospective study found.
Continued investigation of Richter transformation may be warranted as new CLL treatments emerge.