HPRIR faculty member Joanna Streck, PhD, will be presenting at the ECOG-ACRIN Fall ’22 Meeting in Washington, DC on 10/26 @ 10am. During the Young Investiagtor’s Symposium, she will present her research on prevalence of tobacco product use (e.g., cigarettes, alternative non-cigarette tobacco products), and factors associated with use, among patients with cancer enrolled in cancer clinial trials.
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Below, please find a description of Dr. Streck’s presentation:
While cigarette smoking has declined in the US population, sale and consumption of non-cigarette alternative nicotine/tobacco products (ATPs; e.g., e-cigarettes, cigars) is on the rise. Emerging research demonstrates that cancer patients are using e-cigarettes, however little work has quantified the diverse spectrum of ATPs used among cancer patients nor factors associated with use. The aims of this presentation were to investigate prevalence of cigarette and ATP use, and factors associated with current use, among cancer patients enrolled in multiple cancer clinical trials.