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I can remember waiting anxiously on match day; checking the computer every few seconds to see if I matched.
To address the challenge of the limited availability of stem cell donors in non-Caucasians, it is vital that we increase awareness through more campaigns that are targeted specifically to minorities.
Medical education and training is very intense, long, and expensive. When nearing the end of training, it is time to select a career path.
During my second year of fellowship, I witnessed numerous events that hit me close to home.
Only by the end of my first year of fellowship did I realize that beyond your fellowship experience there is a lot you can gain.
Fighting cancer is much like fighting a war. As Sun Tzu states in Art of War, understanding yourself and the enemy will greatly increase the chance for victory.
Although the ever-expanding list of targeted drugs, and the seemingly relentless stack of evidence-based trials are daunting, the toughest yet most important lesson to me so far is to realize when doing everything is not warranted, necessary, desired, or feasible.
Oncologists need to learn that it is possible, and indeed preferable, to have very early discussions about end-of-life choice.
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