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May 17, 2019
To help you get the most out of #ASCO19, I'm sharing a vlog on networking (it's not as scary as you think!) and strategies for organizing your schedule and maximizing your face time with the people...
May 16, 2019
My patient had struggled emotionally throughout the course of her cancer treatment, until the day I walked into the room and noticed a profound change.
May 16, 2019
"As women in oncology, we have so many common stories and so much to learn from one another," writes Dr. Jane Lowe Meisel.
May 15, 2019
If we are to achieve a world without the fear of cancer, we must combine forces and work together as never before to learn from every patient’s experience to benefit those who come afterward. 
May 15, 2019
Through its member benefits for early-career professionals, writes Dr. Uqba Khan, "ASCO has played a significant part in my professional growth and career development."
May 07, 2019
We personalize cancer treatment for our patients. Perhaps it is time to personalize how we acknowledge the transitions in their cancer experience.
May 07, 2019
How my passions became my career path. 

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Mark Notess
May 13, 2019
I remind them that they will overcome the loss of sense of self and agency that is so much a part of the cancer experience. I wonder...

Mark Notess
May 12, 2019
Great article, Anne. I am another of those non-bell-ringers. I have incurable stage four metastatic prostate cancer. I don't resent it when...

Cobie Whitten, PhD
May 08, 2019
I facilitate a cancer support group and was alerted to issues regarding the bell ceremony from group members.  Those with...

Dian Weber
Apr 23, 2019
Dear Dr Duska, The reason your FIL received all the care he did at EOL and was not offered hospice is because our medical system is...

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