Fresh Signs of Progress Surface in Geriatric Oncology

Andrew D. Smith
Published: Thursday, Aug 01, 2019
Elisabeth A. Quoix, MD

Elisabeth A. Quoix, MD

In an era of personalized care, advancements in geriatric oncology have resulted in tailored therapeutic strategies, extending the benefits of checkpoint immunotherapy and other novel agents to older patients. Although there has been significant progress in the field, experts say there is still a pressing need to increase clinical trial participation by older patients and to improve the predictive value of assessment tools.
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