If we believe that dietary supplements are active compounds—and many are—then we should deal with them as medications and advise our patients accordingly.
The challenges, inspiration, grief, and resilience that have shaped oncologists around the world illuminate a special edition of JCO Art of Oncology, which features 36 essays curated from its collection of compelling personal narratives spanning more than 20 years.
Millions of people have been affected by the war in Sudan, and the outlook for patients with cancer is particularly dire. Dr. Nabeeha Karadawi, Dr. Salma Awad Elkareem Ali Mohamed, and Nagham Ali outline the current situation and call for immediate international aid.
Dr. Narjust Florez, Dr. Fatima Wilder, Lauren Kiel, and Rebekah Kaufman underscore the need to comprehensively understand and address the unmet needs of young patients with lung cancer.
"It takes courage to see people whom you have treated lose their lives when the disease takes the upper hand," writes Dr. Pesona Grace Lucksom.