Kashyap Patel, MD | Authors


Differentiating Pseudoprogression From Hyperprogression in Patients Treated With Immunotherapies

February 14, 2022

Advances in the field have also led to the recognition of other clinical challenges, including unforeseen observations and complications associated with choosing the sequencing of appropriate therapeutic interventions as well as the management of drug-related complications.

Despite Advances in Precision Medicine, Disparities Persist

November 23, 2020

The goal of precision medicine is to advance medical and scientific discoveries while offering more tailored, precise, and accurate health interventions, thus maximizing health benefits for patients while reducing adverse effects and overall cost of care.

Next-Generation Sequencing Can Improve Treatment Decisions, But Community Uptake Remains Delayed

November 18, 2019

Precision medicine has afforded oncologists the opportunity to develop individualized approaches to treat non–small cell lung cancer, one of the most devastating malignant disorders, which until the past decade was thought to be invariably fatal within months.