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Feb 15, 2024
This year’s recipients were indeed distinguished leaders in their fields and have dedicated their careers to improve diagnosis, outcomes, and quality of life as well advancing personalized therapy for patients. 
Feb 08, 2024
Dr. Shaalan Beg and Dr. Noelle LoConte consider how oncology organizations can balance the availability of alcoholic beverages at events with the evidence that alcohol consumption can increase cancer risk.
Jan 29, 2024
At the midpoint of her term as 2023-2024 ASCO president, Dr. Lynn M. Schuchter highlights key points of progress from 2023 and looks toward a busy year ahead.
Jan 18, 2024
Dr. Arcita Pramudita, Dr. Lintang Sagoro, Dr. Ardita Pramudani, and Dr. Polo Camacho discuss the many barriers in attempting to integrate palliative care in Indonesia, which include a lack of patient awareness and accessibility.
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Inas Abuali, MD, FACP

Inas Abuali, MD, FACP, is a hematologist oncologist at Massachusetts General Hospital/instructor at Harvard Medical School. An ASCO member since 2014, she is passionate about medical education and professional career development and has served on several committees including the ASCO Trainee and Early Career Council, the Scientific Program Committee, and the Question Writing Group Committee. Follow Dr. Abuali on Twitter @inas_md.

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Apr 18, 2023
We cannot self-care our way out of the current structural failures in our health care system that contribute to burnout. We can and must do better for our learners and for our workforce.
Feb 15, 2023
At every transition point in my career, the most difficult aspect has always been the quest to find a community, to fit in, and to create a semblance of a home.
Oct 20, 2022
How does someone like me achieve belonging, when my simple existence in certain spaces offends some, enrages others, and brings out many prejudices and stereotypes?
Jun 30, 2022
Establishing a reputation of humility, collegiality, and kindness ensures that people can seek you out earlier than later, which can prevent many complications and delays in care.
Feb 08, 2022
We need authentic and honest conversations about professional failures. I was fortunate to have one with Dr. Fawzi Abu Rous.
Nov 24, 2021
Transitions are hard in a medical career, especially as the holidays approach, but you can offer colleagues the gift of a listening ear and a safe space. 

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