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ISSN  :   2054-2577 ( Print )   |   2054-2585 ( Online )   Active
Aim & Scope

Neuro-Oncology Practice focuses on the clinical aspects of the subspecialty for practicing clinicians and healthcare specialists from a variety of disciplines including physicians, nurses, physical/occupational therapists, neuropsychologists, and palliative care specialists, who have focused their careers on clinical patient care and who want to apply the latest treatment advances to their practice. These include: Applying new trial results to improve standards of patient care; Translating scientific advances such as tumor molecular profiling and advanced imaging into clinical treatment decision making and personalized brain tumor therapies; Raising awareness of basic, translational and clinical research in areas of symptom management, survivorship, neurocognitive function, end of life issues and caregiving. [1]

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2024-02-09

Target delineation for glioblastoma- Is it time to sever historical ties?

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Neuro-Oncology Practice , 2024

10.1093/nop/npae013

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2024-02-02

Antidepressants and survival in glioma: unravelling a complex puzzle

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Neuro-Oncology Practice , 2024

10.1093/nop/npae010

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2024-01-29

A longer and/or better life for the oldest old with glioblastoma

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Neuro-Oncology Practice , 2024

10.1093/nop/npae007

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