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May 22, 2018
Sometimes cross-coverage means having hard conversations with patients who aren't ours, but who still deserve our expertise and our honesty.
May 21, 2018
"I know too much. I don't know enough." Dr. Stephanie L. Graff interviews Dr. Kelly Shanahan, an OB/GYN living with metastatic breast cancer.
May 21, 2018
Take the survey today and help shape the future of cancer care.
May 18, 2018
At a forum on work-life balance, Dr. Julia Close was asked, "When is the best time to have children?" There's no easy answer to this question.
May 17, 2018
ASCO would like to inform you of some changes to MOC that are a direct result of your input and our open, transparent collaboration with the ABIM. 
May 11, 2018
Dr. Anne Moore has served as a mentor to recipients of the International Development and Education Award since 2005, and has seen firsthand how the award is helping young physicians transform cancer...
May 09, 2018
As scientistics, we know that data matters. Dr. Reshma Jagsi and I examine the data about gender and participation in the ASCO Annual Meeting.


Latest Comments & Discussions

Carmen Julia Calfa, MD
May 19, 2018
So beautifully written and so relevant!  I agree with Julia. There is no "perfect time" to be pregnant or have children. ...

Abdolali Shahrasbi, MD
May 17, 2018

A 22 year old male with the diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma, classic type advanced stage admitted to the oncology clinic.

He has...

Deanna J. Attai, MD
May 12, 2018
I would also recommend joining Twitter! There will be "back channel" conversations that can be viewed by following the meeting hashtag (#...

Brenda Denzler
May 12, 2018
I have just had to have a nodule on my neck evaluated by an oncologist.  I asked the scheduler to set me up with the person with the...

ASCO University
Apr 25, 2018
Thank you to Drs. Ganti and Sholl for leading the discussion of this case and also to all of those who contributed to the conversation! The...


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For those not in our field, cancer is still seen as a devastating disease starting at the point of diagnosis. As oncology professionals, it’s important that we do not accept death from cancer as inevitable, or even as imminent.
As scientistics, we know that data matters. Dr. Reshma Jagsi and I examine the data about gender and participation in the ASCO Annual Meeting.
Physicians must take the time to discuss the advantages, disadvantages, and most recent evidence regarding PSA screening in a way that the patient understands - and that discussion must be remunerated appropriately.
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