Dr. Sumanta K. Pal walks early-career oncologists through his thought process in selecting his first faculty position, and some of the first moves he made once he had settled in to the role.
Ten years after losing my mom to breast cancer, I find myself reflecting on who I am today and what I have learned from the loss and grief that propelled me to relocate across the globe and dedicate my career to serving patients with cancer.
I counseled a patient whose cancer treatment had impacted her sex life that honesty is always the best policy, even if a secret is intended to spare someone's feelings.
History has a long memory and the actions we take today will have ramifications far into the future, as three recent nonfiction books reminded me.
Diana Chingos, MS, MFA, shares a bit about her life as a patient advocate and consultant.