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Welcome to Molecular Oncology Tumor Boards

The Molecular Oncology Tumor Boards are a series of bi-monthly, user-driven discussions designed to help cancer care providers with the interpretation and understanding of tumor molecular profiling tests and studies. Moderated by an expert pathologist and medical oncologist, each case will be updated with new information over a 2-week period as user comments are added. Sign in with your ASCO username and password to participate. After 2 weeks, the discussion will be locked to further commentary and users will be able to claim CME credit for their participation. Visit ASCO University to learn more. 

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Molecular Oncology Tumor Board
ASCO University
Dec 07, 2016 8:16 AM
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Is further tissue needed to confirm radiologically presumed metastatic disease or for repeat HER2 testing? What systemic therapy option would you recommend for confirmed HER2 negative metastatic gastric cancer?
Molecular Oncology Tumor Board
ASCO University
Nov 09, 2016 11:09 AM
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 Recognize the clinical characteristics and outcomes for patients with FLT3 mutations?
Describe the role of FLT3 inhibitors for the initial treatment of AML?
Understand the role of gene mutations, including CLT3,  in the pathologic classification of...
Molecular Oncology Tumor Board
ASCO University
Oct 12, 2016 9:33 AM
Read more to answer the following questions: Who should get routine molecular testing at diagnosis for NSCLC and what tests should be performed? What is the most appropriate initial treatment for this patient?
Molecular Oncology Tumor Board
ASCO University
Sep 14, 2016 8:48 AM
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What pathologic features are frequently associated with MSI-H colorectal cancers? What are the NCCN guidelines for Lynch syndrome screening in patients with colorectal cancer or endometrial cancer?
Molecular Oncology Tumor Board
ASCO University
Aug 10, 2016 9:13 AM
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Evaluate the appropriate work up and treatment for HPV-related head and neck cancer
Analyze the interpretation and limitations of p16 staining as a surrogate marker for HPV
Identify the work up and treatment for a head and neck cancer of unknown primary

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