A survey of providers from multiple disciplines directly involved in care of patients with NSCLC revealed gaps and barriers to care in a diverse selection of cancer programs.
Researchers found links between smoking cessation and survival outcomes among patients who were smokers at the time of non-small cell lung cancer diagnosis.
The median overall survival was not reached at a median follow-up of 22.9 months.
Sparing the hippocampus did not increase the risk of brain metastasis.
A survey on supportive care needs revealed patients’ concerns regarding declining physical abilities, loved ones’ worries, and financial burdens.