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Privacy Policy Changes
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Information We Collect
In this section of our privacy policy, we discuss the different types of information we may collect about you, and the ways in which we collect them.

Information We Collect from Unregistered Visitors
Visitors to our Web site can access the Web site's home page and browse the site without disclosing any personally identifiable information. We do track information provided to us by your browser, including the Web site you came from (known as the "referring URL"), the type of browser you use, the time and date of access, and other information that does not personally identify you.

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Uses We Make of Information
In this section of our privacy policy, we identify the ways we may use information about you that we have collected.

Aggregate Data
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General Policies
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Revision date: This policy was last updated on September 30, 2003.

  • Multiple Myeloma — EHA: Researchers Explore New Immunotherapy Txs for Heavily Pretreated RRMM – BreakingMED
  • For patients with relapsing/refractory multiple myeloma (RRMM) who have been heavily pretreated, researchers are exploring several new treatment options, including a pair of investigational agents, modakafusp alfa and linvoseltamab. Data on both of these agents were presented at the 2022 Hybrid Congress of ... more >>
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Multiple Myeloma — EHA: Teclistamab Effective in Heavily Pretreated RR Multiple Myeloma – BreakingMED
  • Given as monotherapy or used in combination therapy, teclistamab, an investigational B-cell maturation antigen (BCMA) × CD3 T-cell redirecting bispecific antibody, has been shown to be both safe and effective in heavily pretreated patients with relapsed/remitting multiple myeloma (RRMM), according to results ... more >>
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Multiple Myeloma — Case Study: Management of Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma With Anti-CD38 Antibodies – @Point of Care Chapter
  • Multiple myeloma (MM) is the most common and fatal hematologic disorder in adults. Patients inevitably experience relapses and become refractory to therapies. Studies have shown that progression-free survival (PFS) decreases with each new line of therapy, with a 5-year overall survival (OS) rate of less than ... more >>
  • Leukemia — Covid and CLL: Seroconversion Problematic Despite Third SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Dose – BreakingMED
  • That patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and other hematologic cancers have lower seroconversion rates after a 2-dose course of SARS-CoV-2 vaccination has been well documented. Now, researchers are finding that these lower seroconversion rates occur even after three doses of the vaccine.
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Multiple Sclerosis — Covid-19 Data Reassuring for MS, Ulcerative Colitis Patients on Ozanimod – BreakingMED
  • People with multiple sclerosis (MS) or ulcerative colitis (UC) who were infected with SARS-CoV-2 while being treated with ozanimod had Covid outcomes similar to the general population, researchers found, and the majority did not need to stop ozanimod treatment.
    K. Rodowicz, DO
  • Multiple Sclerosis — CMSC: Extended Natalizumab Dosing Interval in MS Shows Consistent Patient-Reported Outcomes – BreakingMED
  • Among patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS), patient-reported outcomes were similar whether natalizumab was given at a dosing interval of every 6 weeks or every 4 weeks, according to an analysis of NOVA trial data.
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Multiple Sclerosis — CMSC: Dimethyl Fumarate Shows Real-World Benefit in Black, Hispanic MS Patients – BreakingMED
  • Dimethyl fumrate continued to show real-world benefits in Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino American patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS), data from the prospective ESTEEM study showed.
    K. Rodowicz, DO
  • Cancer Care Considerations — One Target, Many Cancers: Chasing B7-H3 – BreakingMED
  • In STRIVE-02, a first-in-human phase I trial of systemic B7-H3 CAR-T cell therapy in children and young adults with relapsed/refractory solid tumors, the treatment achieved stable disease in three out of nine patients.
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Cancer Care Considerations — ADCs Hold Promise for NSCLC – BreakingMED
  • Moving from concept to clinic is a journey that frequently recalls Sisyphus’ struggle to push a boulder uphill. Yet, in the real world of oncology, cancer researchers doggedly seek a new path to the top—not a shortcut, but a slightly altered route, like the voice of a navigation system noting a delay ahead ... more >>
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Lung Cancer — NSCLC Central Nervous System Mets: Local or Systemic Therapy? – BreakingMED
  • As many as 40% of patients with KRASG12C-mutated non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) have brain metastases at the time of diagnosis, and until recent years, the standard approach would be to treat central nervous system (CNS) metastases locally before initiating systemic therapy. However, the availability of ... more >>
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Ovarian Cancer @Point of Care
  • Ovarian cancer is often advanced at the time of diagnosis. Although most patients respond to initial treatment, relapse is common. With the approval of new therapies and better biomarkers of response, health outcomes for women with advanced ovarian cancer have improved significantly.
    B. Monk, MD, FACS, FACOG
  • Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension @Point of Care
  • Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a rare disorder associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Three PAH treatment pathways or targets have been identified—the endothelin pathway, the nitric oxide pathway, and the prostacyclin pathway. In 1995 the FDA approved the first treatment specifically ... more >>
    R. Channick, MD
  • Bipolar Disorder @Point of Care
  • Bipolar disorder is a common mental illness that can have a devastating impact on people’s lives without effective treatment. Important developments in the understanding of bipolar disorder and its treatment have occurred in the past few years, with several new medications and formulations developed and ... more >>
    M. Thase, MD
  • Classical Hodgkin Lymphoma @Point of Care
  • Classical Hodgkin lymphoma (CHL) has a high cure rate with available therapies - nearly 90% - yet advances continue to be made to individualize therapy, minimize the risk of late toxicity, and expand therapeutic options. Current first-line treatment strategies for patients with early- and advanced-stage CHL ... more >>
    C. Moskowitz, MD
  • Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Lung Disease @Point of Care
  • Nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) lung disease, a condition of progressive lung damage caused by mycobacterial species other than those that cause tuberculosis or leprosy, is occurring with increasing frequency in the United States. Characterized by difficulties in diagnosis, non-FDA-approved treatment ... more >>
    N. Schluger, MD
  • Heart Failure @Point of Care
  • Heart failure is a significant health burden and, with increasing comorbidities and the aging of the population, this burden is likely to worsen especially in certain populations. Guideline-directed medical therapies have been shown to reduce morbidity and mortality in patients with heart failure, but are ... more >>
    G. Fonarow, MD
  • Alzheimer's Disease @Point of Care
  • This @Point of Care is a comprehensive, continually updated resource developed to enhance compliance to established clinical guidelines to improve screening and timely diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and to support current best practices of managing the symptoms of AD.
    R. Turner, MD, PhD
  • Atopic Dermatitis @Point of Care
  • Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a common inflammatory skin disease that affects both children and adults, and recent advances in the understanding of the immune and inflammatory processes involved in AD pathogenesis have led to the development and approval of novel therapies for the treatment of this disease. With ... more >>
    L. Eichenfield, M.D.
  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma @Point of Care
  • This @Point of Care provides a comprehensive, continually updated resource to the clinical care team with relevant and current evidence-based medicine and clinical trial data for approved and emerging therapies to help tailor treatment based on patient characteristics in order to improve the management of ... more >>
    G. Abou-Alfa, MD, MBA
  • Prostate Cancer — AE Management for Combination PARPi and AR-Targeted Therapies and Considerations for Managing mCRPC in the African-American Community – Webcast
  • Treatment of patients is an art as well as a science. Part of the art is knowing how to discuss treatment options with patients, which includes discussing potential adverse events associated with each treatment option. Another part is making sure to tailor treatment to the individual patient—but not ... more >>
  • Prostate Cancer — Biomarkers of PARPi Sensitivity and Examining the Data on Combination PARPi and AR-Targeted Therapies in mCRPC – Webcast
  • Although targeting the androgen pathway has been a mainstay of prostate cancer treatment for some time, greater understanding of prostate tumor development and progression has led to use of agents targeting other important molecular pathways in this disease. One such pathway involves repair of DNA damage, ... more >>
  • Prostate Cancer — Understanding the Mechanism of Action for PARP Inhibitors and Androgen Receptor-Targeted Therapies in mCRPC – Webcast
  • Although targeting the androgen pathway has been a mainstay of prostate cancer treatment for some time, greater understanding of prostate tumor development and progression has led to use of agents targeting other important molecular pathways in this disease. One such pathway involves repair of DNA damage, ... more >>
  • Multiple Sclerosis — Neurology Morning Commute: Getting UP to Speed on Multiple Sclerosis Management – Podcast
  • With the many treatments now available for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS), our faculty reviews this impressive therapeutic landscape and discusses how to choose the best ones for the individual MS patient.
  • Multiple Sclerosis — Neurology Morning Commute: Multiple Sclerosis and the S1P Receptor Upgrade – Podcast
  • In this episode, our faculty looks at the latest treatments for multiple sclerosis—the newest sphingosine-1-phosphate receptor modulators. What is their mechanism of action? Which patients would benefit from them, and how are side effects and toxicities managed with these latest treatment options?
  • Multiple Sclerosis — Neurology Morning Commute: Covid-19 Vaccines and Disease-Modifying Treatments for MS – Podcast
  • Are there issues with getting the Covid-19 vaccine and boosters for patients with MS who are on disease-modifying therapies? In this podcast our faculty discuss the safety and efficacy of the vaccines, timing with disease-modifying therapies, and monoclonal antibodies for prevention and treatment.
  • Heart Failure — Heart Failure Morning Commute: Preventing Heart Failure in High-Risk Patients With Type 2 Diabetes – Podcast
  • How should the patient with diabetes who is at risk of developing heart failure be managed? What medication is needed and how important is prevention through diet and exercise?
  • Heart Failure — Heart Failure Morning Commute: Patient Diagnosis and Subtype Classification of Heart Failure – Podcast
  • In this podcast our faculty discuss diagnosing the heart failure patient in the primary care setting. What should the process be for making this diagnosis and how important is taking a complete medical and family history?
  • Heart Failure — Heart Failure Morning Commute: Managing Patients With Mid-Range or Preserved EF – Podcast
  • What are the current guidelines for managing patients with heart failure and why are heart failure labels so confusing? Our faculty help decipher these and more in this podcast episode.
  • Heart Failure — Heart Failure Morning Commute: Managing Heart Failure in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes – Podcast
  • In this podcast our faculty discuss treating patients who have diabetes and heart failure and the remarkable story of SGLT-2 inhibitors for this patient population.
  • ALS — Case Study: Management of a Patient Newly Diagnosed With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis – Case Study
  • Treatment options for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) have expanded in recent years with the availability of disease-modifying and symptomatic therapies that can be offered to individuals living with ALS and have the potential to improve the quality and the length of their lives. In addition, ... more >>
    R. Bedlack, Jr, MD, PhD, FAAN
  • Diabetes — Utilization of SGLT-2 Inhibitor Therapy for the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Events in a Patient With T2DM – Case Study
  • The sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 (SGLT-2) inhibitors are a class of agents that lower glucose but have also recently been shown to have effects on reducing cardiovascular and renal morbidities. This case illustrates the clinical scenario of a patient with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) who was initiated on ... more >>
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Treatment of an Elderly Patient at High Risk for Stroke During the Covid-19 Pandemic – Case Study
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of healthcare. This case illustrates the treatment of a patient diagnosed with atrial fibrillation in the spring of 2020, and highlights both best practice for the treatment of atrial fibrillation and considerations of the impact SARS-CoV-2 can have on patients ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • COPD — Case Study: Triple Therapy for a Newly Diagnosed Patient With Severe COPD – Case Study
  • Treatment with long-acting bronchodilators (long-acting muscarinic antagonists [LAMAs] and long-acting beta-2 agonists [LABAs]) is the cornerstone of pharmacologic therapy in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who have high symptom burdens. The decision to add an inhaled corticosteroid ... more >>
  • Heart Failure — Patient With Worsening HFrEF and Prediabetes – Case Study
  • Patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) should be managed using guideline-directed medical therapy, and include use of agents that modulate all pathways known to affect HF outcomes. This includes evidence-based beta blockers and agents that inhibit the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone ... more >>
    J. Butler, MD, MPH, MBA
  • Heart Failure — Patient With Worsening HFrEF and Multiple Hospitalizations – Case Study
  • Patients with heart failure (HF) with reduced ejection fraction should be managed using guideline-directed medical therapy, which includes agents that block the renin-angiotensin system, such as angiotensin converting enzymes inhibitors, angiotensin receptor blockers, or angiotensin receptor-neprilysin ... more >>
    J. Udelson, MD
  • Ovarian Cancer — Combination First-Line Maintenance Therapy in Ovarian Cancer – Case Study
  • The landscape of first-line maintenance therapy for advanced ovarian cancer has rapidly evolved. Whereas options were previously limited to olaparib for patients with BRCA mutations and bevacizumab for those without, two new poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) inhibitor-based regimens have been approved as ... more >>
    L. Randall, MD, MAS
  • Asthma — Case Study: Investigational Single-Inhaler Triple Therapy for Uncontrolled Asthma – Case Study
  • Asthma is a heterogeneous disease in which treatment with inhaled corticosteroids (ICS), with or without a long-acting beta-2 agonist (LABA) bronchodilator, is highly effective. Yet, up to 40% of patients remain uncontrolled after stepwise increases in therapy. Even with the availability of add-on biologics ... more >>
    W. Soong, MD
  • Asthma — Case Study: Management of a Patient With Severe Eosinophilic Asthma – Case Study
  • Severe asthma may remain uncontrolled with inhaled corticosteroids and a long-acting bronchodilator, despite optimal treatment and good adherence, and management often requires use of periodic or maintenance oral corticosteroids. Type 2 inflammation, characterized by the presence of interleukin (IL)-4, IL-5, ... more >>
    J. Corren, MD
  • Metastatic Melanoma — Checkpoint Inhibitor Therapy for Newly Diagnosed Stage IV Melanoma – Case Study
  • Immunotherapy with immune checkpoint inhibitors is the current standard of care for the first-line treatment of metastatic melanoma. Combination immunotherapy with an anti-CTLA-4 agent and an anti-PD-1 agent can yield improved outcomes, but comes with the risk of increased grade 3/4 treatment-related adverse ... more >>
    A. Pavlick, DO, MBA

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