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Evaluating Social Networks for Adults with Advanced Cancer: A Pilot Feasibility Study

Lead Researcher: Supriya G Mohile

The purpose of this study is to learn how older adults with cancer seek information from their social networks (family, friends, clergy, or other people they are close with) and how they use information they’ve gathered to make decisions about treatment for their cancer.

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UMMY-15114 Integrating Touchscreen-based Geriatric Assessment and Frailty Screening for Adults with Multiple Myeloma to Drive Personalized Treatment Decisions

Lead Researcher: Supriya G Mohile

If you enter the study, you will be asked to complete an electronic questionnaire on a sponsor- provided electronic tablet during an already scheduled clinical visit to your medical oncology doctor’s office. The questionnaire will take about 10 minutes to complete; study staff will remain available to assist you.

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UCCO-13011~Geriatric Assessment and Clinical Outcomes in Older Oncology Patients

Lead Researcher: Supriya G Mohile

We are asking for your participation in this study not as consent to undergo this testing (as it is undertaken for all new patients), but so that we may follow your evaluation results, and determine how this testing influences our shared decisions regarding your care and treatment. This information is useful, as it is understood that older patients (greater than or equal to 65-years old) often have different levels of health, and outside challenges that can influence their care. Historically, older patients have not received equal treatment for cancer and may be at greater risk for possible side effects from treatment. It is our hope that these tools, well-established at identifying areas of risk, will provide meaningful opportunities of intervention that will promote your safety.

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