Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go: Integrating PARP Inhibitors Into Advanced Prostate Cancer Therapeutics

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CancerNetwork’s latest podcast episode dissects and article from the journal ONCOLOGY® focusing on 4 PARP inhibitors investigated for the treatment of advanced prostate cancer.

This episode features an article published in the Journal ONCOLOGY titled “Integrating PARP Inhibitors Into Advanced Prostate Cancer Therapeutics.”

CancerNetwork® spoke with the corresponding author, Jun Gong, MD, a medical oncologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, to discuss the 4 PARP inhibitors that have undergone significant investigation for the treatment of patients with metastatic castrate-resistant prostate cancer. While elaborating on the use of PARP inhibitors, Gong also discussed the importance and potential value of successfully integrating these agents into prostate cancer practice.

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