January 12th 2021
Oncologists discuss the use of social media in oncology.
December 26th 2020
Investigators from Indiana University decided to study some of the factors influencing career plans for physicians, focusing on current fellows and recent graduates of the hematology and medical oncology specialty in the United States.
December 25th 2020
The coronavirus disease 2019 crisis has changed all aspects of medical education but perhaps altered clinical education most dramatically.
December 24th 2020
The American Association for Cancer Research revealed a comprehensive, first-of-its-kind AACR Cancer Disparities Progress Report, which highlights disparities in cancer incidence, diagnosis, treatment, and survival, along with a heavy emphasis on racial and ethnic disparities in cancer care.
December 24th 2020
Michael J. Robertson, MD, discusses the value of fellowship, choosing a career path, and the second epiphany that led him to focus on one of the hottest topics in oncology years before it became a viable treatment option.
December 16th 2020
Daniel A. Vorobiof, MD, the chief medical director of Belong.Life, discusses the impact of financial toxicity on patients with cancer.
November 27th 2020
Nothing about taking care of patients with cancer during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has been easy, but those practices that had already embraced transformation under the Oncology Care Model are finding that its monthly payments and other features offer stability during an unprecedented health emergency.
November 26th 2020
In our exclusive interview, Dr. Loaiza-Bonilla explains how AI can be used to optimize patient care, provides insight into the research that has been done to develop potential applications for AI in oncology, and sheds light on some of the barriers that have to be overcome in order to effectively implement AI in oncology.
November 10th 2020
Practices and cancer centers in randomly selected zip codes will be required to participate in the new radiation oncology Model, which is expected to cover approximately 30% of eligible Medicare fee-for-service care episodes.