Nilesh Kalariya, PhD, AGPCNP-BC, AOCNP; and Laura J. Zitella, MS, RN, ACNP-BC, AOCN, discuss practice-changing presentations from the 64th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exposition.
In this episode of The Vitals, Nilesh Kalariya, PhD, AGPCNP-BC, AOCNP; and Laura J. Zitella, MS, RN, ACNP-BC, AOCN, discuss data from the 64th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exposition that have the greatest potential to change oncology nursing practice.
Kalariya, a nurse practitioner with the Department of Lymphoma/Myeloma at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, recently spoke with Oncology Nursing News® highlighted research from the University of Pennsylvania which showed clinical utility of a frailty phenotype tool and contextualized the role of CAR T-cell therapy for patients with multiple myeloma. He also discussed whether data from a subgroup analysis of patients with multiple myeloma who received the anti-BCMA CAR T-cell therapy in the KarMMa-2 trial (NCT03601078) supports moving it forward in the treatment lineup.
Zitella, a nurse practitioner in the Department of Hematology, Blood & Marrow Transplant, and Cellular Therapies Program at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and an associate clinical professor with the School of Nursing University of California, San Francisco, also spoke with Oncology Nursing News®, highlighting exciting advances with BTK inhibitors and how nurses can promote safe eating habits after data from ASH demonstrated that the neutropenic diet does not benefit patients. on which data from the 2022 ASH meeting might have the greatest impact on nurses working in hematologic oncology.
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“This study that came out at ASH in a transplant population, which is the most immunocompromised population really highlights the [neutropenic diet] and brings it front and center. Hopefully, this will be enough to convince people to abandon the neutropenic diet.” Time stamp (TS) 3:25
“What we see here is that CAR T-cell therapy, followed by maintenance therapy might be a key in frontline settings to have a longer duration of response.” TS 8:30.
“For relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia, zanubrutinib [Brukinsa] had a better overall response rate and progression-free survival than ibrutinib [Imbruvica].” TS 10:19
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