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As demand for germline genetic testing for cancer patients increases, novel methods of genetic counseling are required. One such method is the mainstream consent pathway, whereby a member of the oncology team (rather than a genetic specialist) is responsible for counseling, consenting, and...
Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) block the major inhibitory pathways in T cells, resulting in an augmented antitumor response. Immune‐related adverse events (irAEs) are a new class of side effects caused by ICIs and tend to be more prevalent in patients with preexisting autoantibodies and...
To inform about the impact of COVID‐19 on cancer patients, a literature review was carried out, using the descriptors “COVID‐19,” “SARS‐CoV‐2,” “Oncology,” and “Coronavirus,” in the Pubmed, Sciencedirect, and Scifinder databases. Fifty‐three articles were included after analyzing the inclusion...
A hallmark feature of tumorigenesis is uncontrolled cell division. Autophagy is regulated by more than 30 genes and it is one of several mechanisms by which cells maintain homeostasis. Autophagy promotes cancer progression and drug resistance. Several genes play important roles in...
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