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Face-to-face interactions will be a major draw of ASCO24, with expanded opportunities for networking and making connections.
The ripple effect of empowerment from the Najia community continues to inspire and create positive change, echoing far beyond the confines of the virtual world.
Men in the oncology workforce, writes Dr. Khalid El Bairi, have a critical part to play in righting longstanding gender disparities in the field.
We appreciate your continued commitment to our field, your dedication to the Society and Association missions, and the invaluable leadership and insight that you add.
Following a HemOncFellows’ Network discussion on common questions aspiring and current fellows have about oncology fellowship, 10 participants, organizers, and members share practical advice that you can use in preparing for your fellowship.
How should an oncologist investigate a career change? How does one find their second or third job out of training? Here are some strategies to consider.
"To any medical students and residents who have a spark for oncology, I cannot recommend the VMP enough," said Zain Ahmad. "It is an experience that could change the trajectory of your career."
When everyone is aligned with values and purpose in our societies and workplaces, we create spaces that put the well-being of all humans at the center, according to Prof. Sabe Sabesan, Anoj Sabesan, and Prof. Lynden Roberts.
Dr. Faye Lim describes her experience as a faculty member on multidisciplinary team management at events in Sarawak, Malaysia.
Dr. Ellen Zhang's original poem was composed in honor of her grandmother and her patients.
This year’s recipients were indeed distinguished leaders in their fields and have dedicated their careers to improve diagnosis, outcomes, and quality of life as well advancing personalized therapy for patients. 
Dr. Shaalan Beg and Dr. Noelle LoConte consider how oncology organizations can balance the availability of alcoholic beverages at events with the evidence that alcohol consumption can increase cancer risk.
At the midpoint of her term as 2023-2024 ASCO president, Dr. Lynn M. Schuchter highlights key points of progress from 2023 and looks toward a busy year ahead.
Dr. Arcita Pramudita, Dr. Lintang Sagoro, Dr. Ardita Pramudani, and Dr. Polo Camacho discuss the many barriers in attempting to integrate palliative care in Indonesia, which include a lack of patient awareness and accessibility.
Happy new year—welcome to the first issue of your member magazine in 2024.
Dr. Tara Rajendran honors two women who, through their kindness and thoughtful attention, shaped her professional path from an early age.
"We all need to stay informed and engaged on the topic of AI in order to be the best advocates for ourselves, our profession, and our patients."

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At the 2024 ASCO Annual Meeting, 2023-2024 ASCO president Dr. Lynn M. Schuchter reflected on the art of medicine and the critical importance of palliative care and comfort.
Experience the exhilaration of scientific discoveries and the strength of global connections. This year’s gathering looks deeply at the intersection of the art and the science of oncology, delving into the core of our field like never before. 
The ripple effect of empowerment from the Najia community continues to inspire and create positive change, echoing far beyond the confines of the virtual world.
Men in the oncology workforce, writes Dr. Khalid El Bairi, have a critical part to play in righting longstanding gender disparities in the field.