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John J. Russell, MD - Cancer Control Through Early Blood-Based Detection: Perspectives on Integrating Innovative Multicancer Early Detection Tests in the Primary Care Setting
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Go online to PeerView.com/MBR860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Blood-based cancer screening has the potential to revolutionize conventional approaches to early cancer detection—are you current on the recent scientific developments with multicancer early detection tests? Find out more in this activity, which features a multidisciplinary panel’s take on the potential of blood-based cancer screening, the implications of emerging MCED blood tests for primary care practice, and collaborative, case-based strategies for incorporating these innovations into routine patient care. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Assess the scientific foundations and clinical utility of novel multicancer early detection (MCED) tests, including available clinical evidence on sensitivity, specificity, and tumor localization accuracy, Plan strategies to appropriately integrate MCED tests into routine primary care practice based on a comprehensive understanding of how, in whom, and when they should be used, Adapt primary care workflows to improve the follow-up of abnormal cancer screening results and subspecialty referrals for further diagnostic assessment, Implement processes to improve patient uptake of established and novel cancer screening services, including through patient education and shared decision-making.