As we go through medical training, we make sacrifices. Dr. Margaret E. Gatti-Mays and Dr. Jennifer J. Gao discuss their experiences of starting a family during their oncology training.
Dr. Mom: Perspectives on Starting Your Family During Medical Training
Test your knowledge of leukemia and sarcoma to assist your preparations for Board examinations with questions from a past edition of ASCO-SEP, ASCO’s self-evaluation program in oncology.
Oct 24, 2016
Getting into a competitive fellowship like hematology/oncology is a great achievement by itself, but shining through the fellowship is another ordeal. Dr. Uqba Khan shares five lessons he learned to control stress during his first year of fellowship.
Oct 25, 2016
By Jack Lambert, Staff Writer Networking in many professions is, to put it nicely, a chore. It typically takes place in empty hotel ballrooms at unreasonably early hours with the goal of exchanging as many business cards as possible. Most cards sit in a desk drawer forever; maybe one or two get a follow-up. But it doesn’t have to...
Aug 24, 2016
If you had cancer as a child, are you more likely to have chronic illnesses as an adult? Can it impact your likelihood of getting married or obtaining a job? If so, what can be done?
Oct 07, 2016
The recently published 2016 edition of the ESMO/ASCO Recommendations for a Global Curriculum in Medical Oncology provides a set of common guidelines to offer a global perspective of the clinical training required for physicians to qualify as medical oncologists.
Dr. Michael J. Birrer Explores Molecular, Genetic, and Quality-of-Life Markers Among Long-Term Survivors of Ovarian Cancer
Aug 24, 2016
The innovative, holistic research strives to answer the question, are there biologic or quality-of-life markers that differentiate long-term survivors of ovarian cancer?