Christopher E. Desch, MD | Authors

Would Oncologists Want Chemotherapy If They Had Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer?

March 01, 1998

In 1985, a survey found that only about one-third of physicians and oncology nurses would have consented to chemotherapy for non-small-cell lung cancer. In response to statements made at a recent American Society of Oncology (ASCO) Board of Directors meeting questioning whether these data are still valid, Dr. Smith and colleagues conducted a new survey of oncologists attending a 1997 National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) annual meeting. The results of that survey are summarized and analyzed.

Outreach Program Improves Oncologic Care for Rural Population, Reduces Cost

October 01, 1995

Medical College of Virginia-Virginia Commonwealth University, and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Health Administration.