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Apr 16, 2024
Following a HemOncFellows’ Network discussion on common questions aspiring and current fellows have about oncology fellowship, 10 participants, organizers, and members share practical advice that you can use in preparing for your fellowship.
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Apr 04, 2024
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Mar 14, 2024
When everyone is aligned with values and purpose in our societies and workplaces, we create spaces that put the well-being of all humans at the center, according to Prof. Sabe Sabesan, Anoj Sabesan, and Prof. Lynden Roberts.
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Frank L. Meyskens, MD

Frank L. Meyskens, Jr., MD, is a professor of medicine, biological chemistry, public health, and epidemiology, director emeritus at the UC Irvine Health Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, and vice dean of the School of Medicine at the University of California, Irvine. He is past chair of ASCO’s Cancer Prevention Committee and has been an ASCO member since 1978. Dr. Meyskens welcomes you to his blog, "Healing Conversations and Poetry." Follow Dr. Meyskens on Twitter @FrankLMeyskens.

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Jan 28, 2015
University of California, San Francisco 1968: The days of rage, Haight-Ashbury nearby; a second-year medical student in pathology naively asking the section pathologist, “Who was this Virchow guy who had so many eponyms?” A quixotic look, the enigmatic answer, and later in the library (no Internet...
Nov 18, 2014
This is my first-ever blog post, and I am probably as surprised by writing it as you are by reading it. In this virgin attempt at social media, I will tell you a bit about myself, how I was encouraged to initiate this blog, a brief history of my re-involvement in ASCO, and a recent “tipping point...

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