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2019 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Advanced cancer patients’ changes in terminal illness understanding (TIU) and their psychological well-being.

Login S. George

11617

After cancer, what’s more important? The survivorship care plan or the survivorship care visit?

Harish Saiganesh

11618

Bridging the information gap: A scoping review of radiation oncology patient education scholarship.

David M. Rosenberg

e23164

Communicating Oncologic Prognosis with Empathy (COPE) Pilot Study.

Boone W. Goodgame

11613

Communication challenges among medical oncologists in Mexico.

Alejandra Platas

e23190

Comparative analysis of molecular aberration in different genders for identification of key pathways in hepatocellular carcinoma.

Li Yu

e23192

Comparing nonverbal synchrony in racially concordant and racially discordant oncology interactions.

Lauren M. Hamel

11525

Coping with end-of-life stress (EOLS): Poetry as a therapeutic communication intervention.

Frank L. Meyskens

e23172

Current practice for screening and management of financial distress at NCCN member institutions.

Nandita Khera

11615

Dealing with emotional states during cancer diagnosis and treatment by using cognitive strategies in oncology patients: Comparison to noncancer population.

Anna Kieszkowska-Grudny

e23184

Delay in time from diagnosis to treatment in metastatic melanoma, lung, and colon cancer.

Muhammad Salman Faisal

e23186

Depression and anxiety symptoms in bereaved caregivers of patients with advanced cancer.

Olivia Vanbenschoten

11623

Differences among Asian/Asian American, and Caucasian breast and gynecologic cancer patient-reported survivorship needs, symptoms, and illness mindsets (N=220).

Lidia Schapira

11620

Differences in quality of life and emotional health by diagnosis among women with early-stage gynecological cancers.

Rachel Isaksson Vogel

e23180

Effectiveness of psychological distress reduction with cognitive behavioral therapy for oncological patients: A one-year follow-up study.

Alessandro Rossi

11624

Engaging care partners in breast cancer care and communication.

Jennifer Aufill

11614

Evaluating the effects of a structured exercise intervention on physical self-worth in men with prostate cancer: Addressing an unmet need.

Richard Francis Dunne

11625

Evaluation of mental and social adaptation of patients with breast cancer.

Kristina Kondrateva

e23167

Fast time estimation to predict levels of anxiety in cancer patients.

Ivan Tonev

e23162

How far do laypersons believe in the cure of cancer? Results of the EDIFICE6 survey.

Thibault De La Motte Rouge

11616

Identifying psychosocial distress in cancer patients in a community center.

Deepali Pandey

e23193

Lung cancer stigma: A ten-year look at patient and oncologist attitudes about lung cancer.

Jennifer C. King

11619

Mindfulness and concerns about adjuvant endocrine therapy (AET).

Norah Lynn Henry

e23170

National society-supplied patient materials on prostate cancer screening for the general public: A readability analysis.

Michael Kevin Rooney

e23188

Oncology provider perceptions of shared-decision making.

Nila Sathe

e23168

One-minute time interval estimation as a novel potent indicator of need for help in cancer patients prior to starting chemotherapy.

Dragomir Stoyanov

e23161

Patient perceptions of treatment benefit in advanced cancer.

Rushad Patell

e23163

Physical methods of rehabilitation (PMR) in patients with lung cancer.

Boris Kasparov

e23189

Predictors of suicide risk in adolescent and young adults (AYA) with cancer.

Jeremy Howard Lewin

11519

Profiling cancer-related distress and problems: A latent class analysis approach.

Alessandro Rossi

e23191

Prognostic understanding in hematologic malignancies: A multicenter longitudinal study.

Kah Poh Loh

11524

Psycho-Oncology: Cancer patients with past suicide attempts, or a family history of suicide.

Daniela Gercovich

e23173

Recommendations from clinical practice guidelines on discussion of costs of care in adult patients with advanced cancer: A systematic review.

Anupriya Agarwal

e23175

Relationship between perceptions of treatment goals and psychological distress in patients with advanced cancer.

Amanda L. Jankowski

11621

Risk factors in pregnant women with an oncological diagnosis and their impact in the post-partum period.

Flavia Faccio

e23166

Risk factors of psychological distress and quality of life in lung cancer patients.

Fan Zhang

e23187

Severity, implications, and understanding of cancer related fatigue in cancer survivors of South Asian ethnicity.

Harleen Kaur Nayyar

e23177

Teleoncology: Prospects and challenges for cost effective cancer care.

Ammara Majeed

e23182

The development of an instrument to identify cancer caregivers at risk for metabolic syndrome.

Reyna Jones

e23174

The importance of altruism to biomarker development for pancreatic cancer.

Danny HJ Heo

11626

The individualized Goals of Care Discussion Guide: A simple tool to empower patients with metastatic breast cancer.

Jeffrey M. Peppercorn

11622

The psychosocial and financial burden on caregivers of young-onset colorectal cancer patients.

Kim Lynn Newcomer

11627

Therapy preference scale: A novel questionnaire to understand patients’ preferences of cancer treatment.

Vijaya Raj Bhatt

e23179

Till death do us part: Existential loneliness (EL), psychosocial distress, and survival of advanced cancer patients (ACPs), and their spousal caregivers (SCs).

Fay J. Hlubocky

11628

Understanding patient advance directives status in a community oncology practice using an electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) system.

Joanne S. Buzaglo

e23181

Unpacking clinical trial offers: A qualitative analysis of interactions with physicians and patients potentially eligible for a prostate cancer trial.

Lauren M. Hamel

e23169

Utilizing the patient-reported outcomes measurement information system (PROMIS) to assess quality of life among breast cancer patients at an academic center.

Madeline B. Matthys

e23171

What type of information is needed by AYA cancer survivors in Japan?

Chikako Yamaki

e23165