CancerNetwork® dissects an article from the journal ONCOLOGY® focusing on academic and community molecular profiling practices for patients with pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
In this week’s “Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go,” we discuss an article from the May issue of the journal ONCOLOGY® titled Molecular Profiling Practices in Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: Academic vs Community Physicians. CancerNetwork® spoke with Christine Chung, DO, from the HCA Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado, about the molecular profiling patterns she and her colleagues observed in this retrospective review. The authors found that both academic and community physicians ordered profiling about 50% of the time, which was contrary to previous reports that suggest academic centers perform molecular profiling more often.
The perspective for this article comes from Roman Groisberg, MD, a medical oncologist and director of the Sarcoma Medical Oncology Program at the Rutgers Cancer Institute in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Groisberg discussed the role of profiling in pancreatic adenocarcinoma, his thoughts on the retrospective review, and the future of profiling for this cohort of patients.
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