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My colleague and friend Ginny Mason and I discuss advocacy, "beating the odds," and her perspective 26 years out from an initial diagnosis of inflammatory breast cancer.
ASCO president Dr. Lori J. Pierce and I discuss her background, her presidential theme, and ASCO efforts related to health equity and representation.
Although our societal meetings, including the AMA House of Delegates meeting, are shortened, they have never been more important than they are at this moment.
A spirit of clinically relevant discovery and accessible, understandable knowledge dissemination is the profound legacy, responsibility, and obligation that Rich will leave at ASCO, and we will honor him by continuing this work at the level of rigor and quality he established.
We must commit the same energy and focus we pour into conquering cancer to addressing systemic issues that affect the health of people of color in our country.
Dr. Ray Page and I discuss the important role that drug repository programs can play in helping our patients afford their treatment while reducing the financial toll on the cancer care delivery system.
At a time when every physician is needed, U.S. visa restrictions on international medical graduates are making it impossible for them to do the most good, writes Dr. Sreekanth Donepudi. 
Jennifer Merschdorf of Young Survival Coalition and I discuss how she brings her business experience to the social-profit space and the value of partnerships in advocacy.
Dr. Jason Westin explains the science behind the transformative CAR T-cell therapy, and the financial concern it presents to our health care system and our patients.
ASCO's chief medical officer Dr. Richard L. Schilsky and I discuss the refinement of cancer surgery, the critical importance of federally funded research, and ASCO's research priorities for the oncology community.
"Quality improvement happens slowly if you're in a silo": Dr. Jeffery Ward and I discuss the important updates to ASCO's alternative payment model for high-quality oncology care.
As we begin our work in 2020, I am excited that we are building on the remarkable successes of 2019, and the years before, with growing collaboration and sharpening focus. 
Wherever we live, whatever we do for our day jobs, we have a responsibility to be politically aware and politically engaged.
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 work.
Participants in ASCO's Advocacy Summit discuss the importance of being engaged with health policy to improve the lives of people affected by cancer.
About 42 million Medicaid patients do not have the guaranteed ability to participate in clinical trials.
As physicians, we have a responsibility to our patients in the clinic and in the ballot box. Ms. Talya Laufer and I advocate for a politically engaged and informed medical workforce. 
Key cancer-related topics discussed at the AMA-HOD meeting included alcohol ingestion as a causation risk factor, appropriate guidelines for opioids in the cancer setting, and the use of de-identified patient information.

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