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Jan 21, 2022
Dr. Lewis E. Foxhall and Zuzanna Tittenbrun describe the International Cancer Control Partnership and ASCO's role as a member of this international collaborative.
Jan 20, 2022
What do we mean when we say that equity, diversity, and inclusion is not one thing, it’s everything?
Jan 06, 2022
Dr. Leslie M. Randall, Dr. Mark Stoler, and I explore the decline in cervical cancer incidence which has not corresponded to a decline in deaths from high-risk invasive disease. 
Dec 17, 2021
Dr. Anghel Adrian Udrea began his career in Romania at a time when professional opportunities were limited, and he has spent 3 decades working to make a difference for the next generation of Romanian oncologists.
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L. Michael Glode, MD, FACP, FASCO

L. Michael Glodé, MD, FACP, FASCO, is a professor emeritus at the University of Colorado Cancer Center. He previously served as chair of ASCO's Integrated Media and Technology and Cancer Education Committees. He is the author of prost8blog, a blog to help patients and their families understand various aspects of prostate cancer.

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Aug 25, 2020
Some of my patients with advanced disease must choose between two options: an expensive novel therapy with limited benefit or palliative care and hospice. What if there was a third way?
Apr 01, 2020
The TMPRSS2 protein has a role in both COVID-19 and in prostate cancer, suggesting intriguing avenues of inquiry for researchers engaged in the fight against COVID-19.
Sep 09, 2019
A recent study on the risk of Alzheimer's disease or dementia following the use of ADT was disturbing to me on two levels.
Jul 02, 2019
Regardless of prognosis, we all must live with the reality that time is fleeting, and none of us have unlimited tomorrows.
Aug 31, 2018
Some reflections on John McCain, mortality, Hamilton, and the story you leave behind. 
Dec 21, 2016
I cannot count the number of times I have thought to myself, “If it were not for the PSA, you would no doubt be out there playing golf, skiing, biking, taking a grandchild to the park, or just enjoying life.” Living from one PSA to the next is a bad way to mark the passing of time.

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