Nora Janjan, MD, MPSA, MBA, spoke with CancerNetwork® about the latest perspective from the journal ONCOLOGY® on how roles and responsibilities of academic clinicians in reporting of conflicts of interest influence oncology research.
Nora Janjan, MD, MPSA, MBA, gives her perspective on oncology drug development through academic promotion, as an accompaniment to the article titled "Association of Financial Conflicts of Interest With Academic Productivity Among Junior Faculty in Hematology and Oncology" published in the journal ONCOLOGY.
Only the possibility of increasing survival with better tumor localization and staging is probable with multiparametric MRI-and improved survival with MR imaging in prostate cancer has not been shown in a clinical trial or meta-analysis to date.
To insure standardization of all aspects of care during the conduct of a clinical trial, clinical trials should include guideline-based criteria for the management of all symptoms of cancer and its treatment, and failure to adhere to any of the standards for symptom management during the conduct of the trial should result in an equal level of protocol violation.
This will have a significant impact on medicine and on the care we will be able to deliver. It has life and death implications. The patients of America, who have enjoyed the best healthcare in the world, have lost.
While ONCOLOGY has continued to evolve along with the field of oncology-for example, it now addresses critical issues of science and socioeconomics-it has remained true to the founding principles. Perhaps largely for this reason, the journal continues to be widely read across the entire oncology community.