Advertisement

Search Results

Advertisement



Your search for Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil matches 30 pages

Showing 1 - 30


breast cancer
symptom management
issues in oncology

Severity of Patients’ Symptoms May Be Underrecognized During and After Breast Radiotherapy

Physicians may commonly underrecognize radiation-associated symptoms and their severity compared with self-reports of patients with breast cancer, according to a large study comparing patient-­reported outcomes with physician assessments of four common radiation-associated symptoms: pain, pruritus, ...

breast cancer
symptom management
issues in oncology

SABCS 2020: Patients With Breast Cancer Undergoing Radiotherapy May Have Underrecognized Side Effects

Among patients with breast cancer treated with radiotherapy, symptoms were commonly underrecognized in reports of pain, pruritus, edema, and fatigue, with younger patients and Black patients having significantly increased odds of symptom underrecognition. These findings were reported by Reshma...

breast cancer

Patient Experiences of Acute Toxicity From Breast Radiotherapy According to Fractionation Scheme

In a study reported in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, and colleagues found differences in patient reports of acute toxicities according to fractionation scheme of whole-breast radiotherapy for breast cancer, with pain being reported more frequently in Black vs White...

ASCO Welcomes 2020–2021 Board of Directors

ASCO is pleased to welcome the 2020–2021 Board of Directors and introduce the newly installed leaders who began their terms at the conclusion of the Annual Business Meeting on June 1, 2020. ASCO and the Board of Directors extend their sincere gratitude to the outgoing Board members whose terms...

issues in oncology

Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, and Narjust Duma, MD, on Diversity in Oncology: A Discussion of Evidence-Based Transformation

Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, of the University of Michigan, and Narjust Duma, MD, of the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, discuss the state of diversity in the hematology-oncology workforce, mechanisms that lead to inequities, promising interventions, and where the field should go next...

ASCO, Conquer Cancer Honor Leaders in Cancer Care With 2020 Special Awards

ASCO and Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation®, are proud to recognize the winners of ASCO’s 2020 Special Awards and Conquer Cancer’s Women Who Conquer Cancer Mentorship Awards. The recipients of these awards have worked to transform cancer care around the world. David A. Karnofsky Memorial Award...

breast cancer

Inspired by Her Physician Father, Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, Tirelessly Advocates for Women’s Health and Careers in Medicine

Physician-scientist, Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, was encouraged by her parents to become a politically active, socially conscious citizen of the world. “As a young woman, my mother traveled from Africa on a scholarship to the United States, where she attended the University of Wisconsin. It was in the ...

issues in oncology

Survey of Anticipation and Experience of Adverse Effects in Patients Receiving Radiotherapy

In a study reported in the Journal of Oncology Practice, Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, and colleagues found that most patients undergoing radiation therapy for cancer reported that they did not experience anticipated radiotherapy adverse effects, or that the adverse effect was no worse than expected....

issues in oncology

Study Looks at Effect of Parenthood, Gender on Conference Attendance and Early Career Satisfaction

For oncologists in the beginning of their careers, scientific conferences present an opportunity to network, share research, gain new knowledge, and advance in their career. However, many women find themselves skipping these conferences because of family obligations, a new research letter published ...

issues in oncology
breast cancer

Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, and Rachel A. Freedman, MD, MPH, on Over- and Undertreatment: Getting It Right

Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, of the University of Michigan, and Rachel A. Freedman, MD, MPH, of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, discuss the twin challenges of overtreating people with cancer and the missed opportunities and dangers of undertreatment.

Susan G. Komen Announces New Advisors, Scholars in Breast Cancer

Susan G. Komen recently announced new advisory roles for 12 leaders in breast cancer. These women and men will join an esteemed group of breast cancer researchers, clinicians, and advocates who help guide the organization’s education and advocacy work, public health efforts, and research programs. ...

breast cancer

ASTRO Issues New Clinical Guideline for Whole-Breast Radiation Therapy

The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) has issued a new clinical guideline for the use of whole-breast radiation therapy for breast cancer that expands the population of patients recommended to receive hypofractionated treatment. The guideline was published by Smith et al in...

breast cancer

Complications and Patient Satisfaction After Breast Reconstruction in Women Receiving Radiotherapy

In a prospective cohort study reported by Jagsi et al in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, autologous reconstruction was associated with fewer complications and greater patient satisfaction vs implant approaches in women receiving postmastectomy radiotherapy. Study Details The...

issues in oncology

Overcoming Sexism in Academic Medicine

The troubling results from a survey1 investigating the sexual harassment and discrimination experiences of academic medical faculty show that such incidents continue to happen with unexpected frequency despite increasing awareness of the problem. The study by Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, and...

breast cancer

Autologous Breast Reconstruction Associated With Fewer Complications and Failures Than Implants in Women Who Have Received Radiation

Postmastectomy radiation is becoming more commonly used to treat breast cancer, and at the same time, there is an increasing trend among women to have breast reconstruction. Until now, oncologists have had little evidence on what the best reconstruction options are in women who require radiation...

Monica M. Bertagnolli, MD, Elected ASCO President for 2018–2019 Term

Monica M. Bertagnolli, MD, a long-time member and volunteer, has been elected to serve as President of ASCO for the term beginning in June 2018. She will take office as President-Elect during the ASCO Annual Meeting in Chicago in June 2017. Additionally, three new members were elected to the ASCO...

breast cancer

Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy Decisions in a Population-Based Sample of Patients With Early-Stage Breast Cancer

In a new study published by Jagsi et al in JAMA Surgery, nearly half of patients with early-stage breast cancer considered having double mastectomy, and one in six received it—including many who were at low risk of developing a second breast cancer. Many patients who chose double...

Women in Oncology: Breaking Down Barriers and Looking to the Future

There has been no better time than the present for women in the field of oncology: Women at all stages of their careers are finding more opportunities and avenues to excel. At the time of the last ASCO workforce survey, women made up 28.4% of the oncologist workforce, and that proportion is rising...

breast cancer

SABCS 2016: Radiation Therapy May Increase Complications in Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Implants

Radiotherapy increased complications and impaired patient-reported satisfaction with reconstructed breasts in breast cancer patients who received implant reconstruction, but not in those who received autologous reconstruction, according to data from a large, prospective, multicenter cohort study...

breast cancer

Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, on the Initial Results of the TBCRC 024 Study on Breast Cancer

Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, of the University of Michigan Health System, discusses this multicenter phase 1 study of veliparib given concurrently with chest wall and nodal radiation therapy in patients with inflammatory or locoregionally recurrent breast cancer (Abstract 312).

gynecologic cancers
lymphoma
issues in oncology

Guideline Adherence and Geriatric Assessment Studies among NCCN Scientific Posters of Interest 

For the first time at the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Annual Conference, scientific posters were included as part of the program. The ASCO Post captured some of the most interesting findings for our readers, including the following news briefs. The findings of these studies support ...

issues in oncology

Patient-Reported Outcomes, a Central Component to Value and Rapid-Learning Systems

With the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2010, value became the operative word in assessing the success of health care, from outcomes to cost. To drive more value, the Affordable Care Act seeks to implement initiatives such as comparative effectiveness research that...

issues in oncology

Physician-Controlled Decisions in Cancer Care Linked to Lower Quality Rating

Patients who described physician-controlled decisions about their cancer care vs shared decision-making were less likely to report receiving excellent quality of care, according to a study published by JAMA Oncology.1 The Institute of Medicine has called for shared decision-making and accommodation ...

breast cancer
issues in oncology

Hypofractionation of Breast Radiotherapy Associated With Reduced Acute Toxicity

In an analysis reported in JAMA Oncology, Jagsi et al found that hypofractionation of whole-breast radiotherapy was associated with reduced acute toxicity compared with conventional fractionation. Study Details The study involved data on physician-assessed toxic effects and patient-reported...

breast cancer

ASCO 2015: Patient Misconceptions Persist About Impact of Double Mastectomy on Survival

A University of Michigan survey of women with breast cancer found that nearly half considered having a double mastectomy—but of those who considered it, only 37% knew that the more aggressive procedure does not improve survival for women with breast cancer. Among women who received a double...

breast cancer
issues in oncology
issues in oncology
issues in oncology
issues in oncology

One-Third of Breast Cancer Patients Concerned About Genetic Risk

A new study from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center found that many women diagnosed with breast cancer are concerned about the genetic risk of developing other cancers themselves, or of a loved one developing cancer. These findings were published by Jagsi et al in the Journal of ...

breast cancer

Differences in Radiotherapy Coverage in the ACOSOG Z0011/Alliance Trial in Breast Cancer

The ACOSOG Z0011/Alliance trial showed that axillary lymph node dissection provides no benefit over sentinel lymph node biopsy in patients with breast cancer with one or two positive sentinel lymph nodes undergoing lumpectomy, radiotherapy, and systemic therapy. In an analysis reported in the...

issues in oncology

Women Are Infrequently First or Corresponding Authors in Collaborative Group Publications in Oncology

As reported in a research letter in JAMA Internal Medicine, Sun et al studied the frequency with which women lead clinical trial publications from organized collaborative groups in oncology. They found that women are very infrequently lead or corresponding authors, with the percentages not changing ...

breast cancer

Rates of Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy Increase, but Use Varies Widely According to Numerous Factors

In a study reported in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Jagsi et al found that use of breast reconstruction in patients with breast cancer undergoing mastectomy has increased over time but varies according to a number of treatment and demographic characteristics. Study Details The study involved ...

issues in oncology

Study Analyzes Oncologists’ Attitudes Regarding Patient-Reported Outcomes

A recent study published in the Journal of Oncology Practice assessed the feasibility and value of incorporating patient reported outcomes into oncology practice. Although previous research has shown that using patient-reported outcomes in oncology can improve physician-patient communication and...

Advertisement

Advertisement



Advertisement