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Dotan E , Walter LC , Browner IS , Clifton K , Cohen HJ , Extermann M , Gross C , Gupta S , Hollis G , Hubbard J , Jagsi R , Keating NL , Kessler E , Koll T , Korc-Grodzicki B , McKoy JM , Misra S , Moon D , O'Connor T , Owusu C , Rosko A , Russell M , Sedrak M , Siddiqui F , Stella A , Stirewalt DL , Subbiah IM , Tew WP , Williams GR , Hollinger L , George GV , Sundar H
NCCN Guidelines® Insights: Older Adult Oncology, Version 1.2021
J Natl Compr Canc Netw. 2021 Sep 20;19(9) :1006-1019
AbstractThe NCCN Guidelines for Older Adult Oncology address specific issues related to the management of cancer in older adults, including screening and comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA), assessing the risks and benefits of treatment, preventing or decreasing complications from therapy, and managing patients deemed to be at high risk for treatment-related toxicity. CGA is a multidisciplinary, in-depth evaluation that assesses the objective health of the older adult while evaluating multiple domains, which may affect cancer prognosis and treatment choices. These NCCN Guidelines Insights focus on recent updates to the NCCN Guidelines providing specific practical framework for the use of CGA when evaluating older adults with cancer.
Notes1540-1413 Dotan, Efrat Walter, Louise C Browner, Ilene S Clifton, Katherine Cohen, Harvey Jay Extermann, Martine Gross, Cary Gupta, Sumati Hollis, Genevieve Hubbard, Joleen Jagsi, Reshma Keating, Nancy L Kessler, Elizabeth Koll, Thuy Korc-Grodzicki, Beatriz McKoy, June M Misra, Sumi Moon, Dominic O'Connor, Tracey Owusu, Cynthia Rosko, Ashley Russell, Marcia Sedrak, Mina Siddiqui, Fareeha Stella, Amy Stirewalt, Derek L Subbiah, Ishwaria M Tew, William P Williams, Grant R Hollinger, Liz George, Giby V Sundar, Hema Journal Article United States J Natl Compr Canc Netw. 2021 Sep 20;19(9):1006-1019. doi: 10.6004/jnccn.2021.0043.