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PURPOSESymptoms are vital outcomes for cancer clinical trials, observational research, and population-level surveillance. Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are valuable for monitoring symptoms, yet there are many challenges to collecting PROs at scale. We sought to develop, test, and externally...
PURPOSEOlder hospitalized cancer patients face high risks of hospital mortality. Improved risk stratification could help identify high-risk patients who may benefit from future interventions, although we lack validated tools to predict in-hospital mortality for patients with cancer. We evaluated...
PURPOSEData quality and standardization remain a challenge when analyzing real-world clinical data. We built a clinical research database, using machine learning and natural learning processing, and investigated factors influencing testosterone recovery (T-recovery) in patients with localized...
PURPOSEEarly detection of ovarian cancer, the deadliest gynecologic cancer, is crucial for reducing mortality. Current noninvasive risk assessment measures include protein biomarkers in combination with other clinical factors, which vary in their accuracy. Machine learning can be applied to...
PURPOSELiver-directed therapy after transarterial chemoembolization (TACE) can lead to improvement in survival for selected patients with unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). However, there is uncertainty in the appropriate application and modality of therapy in current clinical practice...
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