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P054

THERAPEUTIC TARGETING OF GLUTAMINOLYSIS AND MITOCHONDRIAL TCA CYCLE IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER

Cancer Biology

Yong Teng1; LW Lang2; R Loveless2; LL He2; Chloe Shay1

1Emory University; 2Augusta University


P056

SUCCESSFUL COUNTERMEASURES TO IMPROVE CLINICAL TRIAL ACCRUAL DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Education / Care Delivery

Grace Yi, BS; Marisa Hom, PhD; Eben Rosenthal, MD; Alexander Valencia, MS; Yu-Jin Lee, MD; Roan Raymundo, BS

Stanford University


P057

ESTABLISHING AND INTEGRATING A TRANS-ORAL ROBOTIC PROGRAM INTO ROUTINE ONCOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF HEAD AND NECK CANCER – A UK PERSPECTIVE

Education / Care Delivery

Georgios Oikonomou, MD; Mairead Kelly; Tornari Chrysostomos; Jack Faulkner; Brunet Aina; Jeannon Jean-Pierre; Asit Arora

Guy's and St Thomas Hospital NHS UK


P058

MODIFIED ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY SYNOPTIC REPORTING IN HEAD AND NECK CANCERS: IMPROVING CLINICIANS QUALITY OF LIFE. (A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT)

Education / Care Delivery

Mahalakshmi S Rangabashyam, MBBS, MRCSEdORL, DipNBENT1; Kok Hing Lim, MBBS, FRCPath2; Rehena Sultana, MSc Statistics3; Angela Renayanti Dharmawan, MBBS, MMedSurgery, FRCSEd1; Szymon Mikulski, MDMMEdSurgery, FRCSEd1; Rahul H Nagadia, MBBS, MDS, OMS4; Natascha E Putri, MBBS, MMedSurgery, FRCSEd1; Gerald Tay, MBBS, MMedSurgery, FRCSEd1; A/Prof. Ngian Chye Tan, MBBS, MMed, FRCSEd, FAMS1; Prof. N. Gopalakrishna Iyer, MBBS, PhD, FRCSEd, FAMS1; A/Prof. Hiang Khoon Tan, MBBS, PhD, FRCSEd, FAMS1; Jacqueline Siok Gek Hwang, MBBS, FRCPath2

1SingHealth Duke-NUS Head & Neck Centre, Singapore General Hospital. Department of Head & Neck Surgery, Division of Surgery & Surgical Oncology, National Cancer Centre Singapore; 2Department of Anatomic Pathology, Singapore General Hospital; 3Centre for Quantitative Medicine, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore; 4National Dental Centre Singapore, Department of Head & Neck Surgery, Division of Surgery & Surgical Oncology, National Cancer Centre Singapore


P059

A COMPARISON OF WAIT TIMES FOR DIAGNOSIS, STAGING, AND TREATMENT OF HEAD AND NECK CANCER BEFORE AND DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Education / Care Delivery

Peter Yao, BSE; William Kuhel, MD; Andrew Tassler, MD; Victoria Banuchi, MD; Sallie Long, MD; David Kutler, MD

Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, New York, U.S.A.


P060

BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING MAJOR HEAD AND NECK SURGERY: A PROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

Education / Care Delivery

Sharon Tzelnick, Dr1; Pierre Singer, Prof2; Yoni Shopen, Dr1; Limor Moshkovitz2; Shlomo Fireman, Dr3; Thomas Shpitzer, Prof1; Aviram Mizrachi, Dr1; Gideon Bachar1

1Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. Rabin Medical Center, Petah Tikva, Israel; 2Department of General Intensive Care and Institute for Nutrition Research, Rabin Medical Center, Beilinson Hospital; 3department of anesthesiology, Rabin Medical Center, Petah-Tikva, Beilinson


P061

HEAD AND NECK CANCER SURVIVORS’ PERSPECTIVES ON TELEMEDICINE-BASED FOLLOW-UP CARE

Education / Care Delivery

Aaron T Seaman, PhD1; Heather Schacht Reisinger, PhD1; Seyedehtanaz Saeidzadeh, PhD, RN2; Nicholas Kendell, MS3; Justin Kahler, MHA1; Nitin A Pagedar, MD, MPH1

1University of Iowa; 2University of Wisconsin-Madison; 3Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center


P062

MAJOR HEAD AND NECK SURGERY ON JEHOVAH’S WHITENESS IS SAFE AND FEASIBLE. CASES BEFORE AND AFTER PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION

Education / Care Delivery

Nathaly Hoepfner, Dr1; Alvaro Sanabria, Dr2

1Department of Surgery. Universidad de Antioquia. Fundación Colombiana de Cancerología-Clínica Vida. Medellín, Colombia.; 2Department of Surgery. Universidad de Antioquia. Medellin, Colombia


P063

EVALUATING BARRIERS TO CLINICAL TRIAL ENROLLMENT IN HEAD AND NECK SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

Education / Care Delivery

Emily Sagalow, BS; Gregory Schneider, BS; Kealan Hobelmann, MD; Richard Goldman, MD; David Cognetti, MD; Joseph M Curry, MD; Adam Luginbuhl, MD

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


P064

A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO MINIMIZE DURATION OF PEG TUBE DEPENDENCE IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCER: A COMMUNITY HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE

Education / Care Delivery

Yugandhara Kate, MD1; Sandhya Maradana, MD2; Taruna Arora, MD1; Liza Gibbs, MS, RD, LDN3; Ahmad Daniyal Siddiqui, MD1

1Saint Vincent Hospital, Worcester MA; 2University of Arizona; 3University of Arizona College of Medicine