JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute


List of Papers (Total 2,537)

Validation of the Symptom Screening in Pediatrics Tool in Children Receiving Cancer Treatments

The objective was to evaluate the reliability and validity of the self-report Symptom Screening in Pediatrics Tool (SSPedi) from the perspective of children with cancer and pediatric hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) recipients.

Prostate Cancer Patient Characteristics Associated With a Strong Preference to Preserve Sexual Function and Receipt of Active Surveillance

Men with early-stage prostate cancer have multiple options that have similar oncologic efficacy but vary in terms of their impact on quality of life. In low-risk cancer, active surveillance is the option that best preserves patients’ sexual function, but it is unknown if patient preference affects treatment selection. Our objectives were to identify patient characteristics...

Understanding and Communicating Measures of Treatment Effect on Survival: Can We Do Better?

Time-to-event end points are the most frequent primary end points in phase III oncology trials, both in the adjuvant and advanced settings. The evaluation of these end points is important to inform clinical practice. However, although different measures can be used to describe the effect of treatment on these end points, we believe that any treatment benefit in a given trial is...

Racial Differences in PAM50 Subtypes in the Carolina Breast Cancer Study

African American breast cancer patients have lower frequency of hormone receptor–positive (HR+)/human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2)–negative disease and higher subtype-specific mortality. Racial differences in molecular subtype within clinically defined subgroups are not well understood.

Effects of Cryotherapy on Objective and Subjective Symptoms of Paclitaxel-Induced Neuropathy: Prospective Self-Controlled Trial

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a dose-limiting and disabling side effect of taxane anticancer agents. We prospectively evaluated the efficacy of cryotherapy for CIPN prevention.

Breast Cancer Risk and Progressive Histology in Serial Benign Biopsies

More than 1 million women per year in the United States with benign breast biopsies are known to be at elevated risk for breast cancer (BC), with risk stratified on histologic categories of epithelial proliferation. Here we assessed women who had serial benign biopsies over time and how changes in the histologic classification affected BC risk.