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Dec 03, 2019
ASCO's delegation to the AMA HOD invites all ASCO members to share their thoughts and concerns concerning issues affecting the practice of oncology, as your input directly impacts the delegation's...
Dec 03, 2019
When a patient is looking for the word "cure," anything else, especially if vague, is not enough. "No evidence of disease" leaves room for doubt but, importantly, also room for hope.
Dec 02, 2019
Dr. Omid Etemadi describes the evolution of integrated cancer care in the Philippines. 
Nov 26, 2019
What does the future of immuno-oncology look like? Dr. Elizabeth A. Mittendorf invites you to be part of the conversation at the 2020 ASCO-SITC Clinical Immuno-Oncology Symposium in February.
Nov 19, 2019
Dr. Aditya Bardia and I discuss the deep and sincere bonds we form not just with our patients but with their families. How can we ensure their needs are met, especially after a patient dies?
Nov 08, 2019
As the complexity of cancer care has increased, so too have the pressures on oncology professionals in every setting.
Nov 04, 2019
Forming a community of female physicians is an incredible support network, writes Dr. Tina Rizack.

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Erika Hanson Brown, BA
Dec 07, 2019
I wish that our docs would be more clear about this. Somehow, some way, they say "NED", and we pts. hear "cure". Perhaps it's because our...

Brenda Denzler
Dec 06, 2019
Yes. Call it NED. Don't call it "cure." When I was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer, I had done my homework. I knew the 5-year...

Gerard Joseph Ventura, MD
Nov 09, 2019
There is no mention of how these rural or small centers give radiation...

Anthony Perre
Nov 07, 2019
Fantastic perspective! As a cancer survivor  myself I can also say that despite our MD degree, we are still faced with the same...

Felipe Batalini, MD
Oct 25, 2019
1. Her tumor is HER2+ (amplified) because both the Her-/CEP17 is >2 and the Her-2 copy number is greater than 4. 2. In the setting of...

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When a patient is looking for the word "cure," anything else, especially if vague, is not enough. "No evidence of disease" leaves room for doubt but, importantly, also room for hope.
Dr. Omid Etemadi describes the evolution of integrated cancer care in the Philippines. 
Dr. Clarissa Mathias, chair-elect of ASCO's International Affairs Committee, speaks to the incredible impact that ASCO volunteers have on cancer care around the world.
Dr. Nishin Bhadkamkar describes a day in the life of a training program director and the value of a career path that isn't master-planned.
As the complexity of cancer care has increased, so too have the pressures on oncology professionals in every setting.

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