FEATURED BLOGS
May 19, 2022
Dr. Khalid El Bairi advises early-career researchers in low- and middle-income countries to focus first on learning universal methodology, then on targeted training for specific projects.
May 12, 2022
Since ASCO22 will be offered as a hybrid meeting, with both an in-person and a virtual experience, we get the best of both worlds.
May 12, 2022
Ellen Zhang shares an original poem inspired by the parent-child interactions she witnessed while working with pediatric patients with cancer.
Apr 13, 2022
I have been to many white coat ceremonies for medical students at my own institution, but this year, I had the joy of attending my son's white coat ceremony.
Mar 21, 2022
Dr. Elizabeth Comen joined me to discuss cancer care during the Omicron surge, digging deep for resilience, and finding moments to pause. 
Feb 28, 2022
In 2021, the overall COVID-19 situation remained abnormal, but we continued to make noteworthy and long-planned progress against our goals.
Feb 08, 2022
We need authentic and honest conversations about professional failures. I was fortunate to have one with Dr. Fawzi Abu Rous.

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Read on for highlights of the can’t-miss events, tips for connecting with colleagues, and new features for 2022 to personalize your meeting experience and make the most of every session you attend.
"Patients from sexual and gender minorities deserve treatment that respects and honors their unique needs, presentations, and desires. Why, in 2022, does a concept so obvious need to be stated?" asks patient advocate Darryl Mitteldorf. 
ASCO launched Communities of Practice to foster collaboration within specialty-based groups during the Annual Meeting and throughout the year, starting with clinician medical educators, geriatric oncology specialists, and palliative care clinicians and investigators.
Dr. Asmi Chattaraj, Dr. Muhammad Salman Faisal, and Dr. Faiz Anwer share takeaways and answer questions from an online discussion on how fellows can have a successful and rewarding experience by mentoring others.
Dr. Rashid N Lui is working to put the patient at the center of gastrointestinal cancer care and reduce fragmentation in his health care system.

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