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Highlights In This Issue November 2019 JAMA Otolaryngology– Volume 145, Number 11 Head & Neck Surgery Pages 989-1088 Research Opinion Invited Commentary Delayed Time to Treatment Initiation 1001 1010 Delivering Timely Head and Neck In this cohort study of 956 patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC), Cancer Care to an Underserved Urban Liao et al examine the association of delayed treatment initiation with outcomes of overall Population—Better Late Than Never, survival and recurrence, analyze factors that are predictive of delayed treatment initiation, but Never Late Is Better EM Graboyes and C Hughes-Halbert and identify specific reasons for delayed treatment initiation. They found that the optimal time to treatment initiation (TTI) threshold to differentiate overall survival was greater than 1042 The Multidisciplinary Tracheostomy Team: A Parachute for Tracheostomy- 60 days. Patients with HNSCC with TTI exceeding 60 days had poorer survival rates and Dependent Children greater risk of recurrence. Graboyes and Hughes-Halbert provide an Invited Commentary. JD Prager and CD Baker Invited Commentary 1010 1072 Reducing Head and Neck UV Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Exposure in Younger Persons—Millennials, Wear a Hat (or Grow Your Hair Longer) Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes in HNSCC 1012 ET Hall and KG Paulson In this http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery American Medical Association

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In This Issue November 2019 JAMA Otolaryngology– Volume 145, Number 11 Head & Neck Surgery Pages 989-1088 Research Opinion Invited Commentary Delayed Time to Treatment Initiation 1001 1010 Delivering Timely Head and Neck In this cohort study of 956 patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC), Cancer Care to an Underserved Urban Liao et al examine the association of delayed treatment initiation with outcomes of overall Population—Better Late Than Never, survival...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2019 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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2168-6181
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2168-619X
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10.1001/jamaoto.2018.2808
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In This Issue November 2019 JAMA Otolaryngology– Volume 145, Number 11 Head & Neck Surgery Pages 989-1088 Research Opinion Invited Commentary Delayed Time to Treatment Initiation 1001 1010 Delivering Timely Head and Neck In this cohort study of 956 patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC), Cancer Care to an Underserved Urban Liao et al examine the association of delayed treatment initiation with outcomes of overall Population—Better Late Than Never, survival and recurrence, analyze factors that are predictive of delayed treatment initiation, but Never Late Is Better EM Graboyes and C Hughes-Halbert and identify specific reasons for delayed treatment initiation. They found that the optimal time to treatment initiation (TTI) threshold to differentiate overall survival was greater than 1042 The Multidisciplinary Tracheostomy Team: A Parachute for Tracheostomy- 60 days. Patients with HNSCC with TTI exceeding 60 days had poorer survival rates and Dependent Children greater risk of recurrence. Graboyes and Hughes-Halbert provide an Invited Commentary. JD Prager and CD Baker Invited Commentary 1010 1072 Reducing Head and Neck UV Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Exposure in Younger Persons—Millennials, Wear a Hat (or Grow Your Hair Longer) Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes in HNSCC 1012 ET Hall and KG Paulson In this

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Published: Nov 1, 2019

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