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As Dr. Stephanie L. Graff travels home from the 2018 ASCO Annual Meeting, she finds herself literally and figuratively in the clouds.
FASCO is something earned through service to ASCO and to the field of oncology. One cannot apply or pay a fee to receive it.
As clinicians and researchers at this pivotal time in cancer research and cancer care, we need to extensively characterize our patients’ tumors, treat them with our most effective agents, and support a robust research effort to improve the efficacy of the drugs.
As the ASCO Annual Meeting approaches, I discuss the theme that I selected for the meeting and for my presidential term.
My presidential year has provided me with the chance to advocate for ASCO’s principles to support our members and our patients. 
Dr. Jane Lowe Meisel shares a first look at the program for the Women's Networking Center at the 2018 ASCO Annual Meeting. 
Dr. Edward S. Kim encourages you to register today and join the Research Community Forum in September for 2 days of learning and collaboration.
In the midst of troubles in North Africa and Middle East, we keep up with oncology education and research and keep up hope for the betterment of patient care and advancement of science in Arab countries. 
While more biosimilars will likely be available in oncology in the next several years, their specific impact on patient care is going to depend on patient and provider acceptance of these agents.
As the NSABP celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2018, Dr. Harry D. Bear honors the organization's history and accomplishments.
IDEA and LIFe recipient Dr. Susmita Sharma is working hard during her U.S. fellowship so that she can achieve her dream of delivering exceptional cancer care to her patients in Nepal. 
I thought providing good care was enough. I thought treating everyone the same was enough. But I realized that I have to be aware of how race and racism affect my patients and how they experience the medical system.
Sometimes cross-coverage means having hard conversations with patients who aren't ours, but who still deserve our expertise and our honesty.
"I know too much. I don't know enough." Dr. Stephanie L. Graff interviews Dr. Kelly Shanahan, an OB/GYN living with metastatic breast cancer.
Take the survey today and help shape the future of cancer care.
At a forum on work-life balance, Dr. Julia Close was asked, "When is the best time to have children?" There's no easy answer to this question.
ASCO would like to inform you of some changes to MOC that are a direct result of your input and our open, transparent collaboration with the ABIM. 
Our Annual Meeting features the brightest minds of oncology, and provides a matchless opportunity to network with our colleagues from the United States and around the world. 

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