ASO Author Reflections: Patient-Reported Outcomes—Bench to Bedside

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Correspondence to Srinivas Joga Ivatury MD, MHA, FACS, FASCRS.

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Dr. Schrag has received research funding from Pfizer. She also has received remuneration from GRAIL and from JAMA for editorial services. Drs. Ivatury and Wong report no conflicts of interest.

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ASO Author Reflections is a brief invited commentary on the article, “Translation of Patient-Reported Outcomes in Oncology Clinical Trials to Everyday Practice.” Ann Surg Oncol. 2019.

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Ivatury, S.J., Wong, S.L. & Schrag, D. ASO Author Reflections: Patient-Reported Outcomes—Bench to Bedside. Ann Surg Oncol 27, 725–726 (2020).

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