Taking the Fast Track to Independence in Oncology
Rahul S. Shinde, DVM, PhD, reflects on his journey to realizing his dreams of operating his own laboratory and serving as a leader in scientific research.
Something Good Happened Today: An Oncology Fellow Reflects
Ramy Sedhom, MD, looks back on his first year of oncology fellowship and shares advice for first-year fellows and trainees.
Fellows Take Top Prizes in OncLive Innovation Challenge
A pair of fellows will be able to advance their innovative technology-based projects thanks to the OncLive® Innovation Challenge: Innovative Technology in Cancer Care.
Fitness Apps Could Help Cancer Survivors Become More Active
About 20% of fitness apps reviewed in a recent study were deemed appropriate for survivors of cancer, showing that they could be an effective tool in helping this population increase physical activity.
Incorporating PROs Can Improve Patient Care and Outcomes in Oncology
Karnofsky Performance Status and ECOG performance status alone leaves a lot to be desired for the practicing oncologist.
Conditions Are Better for Women in Oncology But More Work Needs to Be Done
Despite the strides made by women over the past 170 years, significant disparities remain, especially in academic medicine.
Zanubrutinib May Be Viable Option After Acalabrutinib Intolerance in B-Cell Malignancies
Pelabresib/Ruxolitinib Combo Improves Splenomegaly, TSS in JAK Inhibitor–Naive Myelofibrosis
Tisagenlecleucel Yields Durable Responses in R/R Follicular Lymphoma
Ruxolitinib Shows Sustained Efficacy Over Best Available Therapy in Steroid-Refractory/Dependent cGVHD
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