Different Faces of a Career in Oncology
At various stages of our lives, most of us experience situations or events that help us to mature and may lead to decisions that affect our futures. Two such events in my life forged my career choice as a communitybased oncologist.
Clinical Ethics 101: Practical Ethical Principles for Oncology Fellows
Education in medical ethics is required in medical school and residency programs, yet there is so much variability in the timing and delivery of this education and many house staff report inadequacies and gaps in their ethical training.
A Word From Your Fellows: Don't Quit
"Don't quit." These are words of wisdom passed down from one oncologist to one in training. Two months into my fellowship, I had the opportunity to listen to Dr Siddhartha Mukherjee speak at my home institution.
Conference Success: How to Get the Most Out of Attending a Major Oncology Meeting
Imagine navigating through a crowd of 25,000 oncology professionals in the largest conference center in the United States. In this environment, it is easy for even the most seasoned oncologist to feel overwhelmed.
Lessons on Patient Care Learned at Home
This fellow shares the insights heâ€™s gained from his wife, a pediatric oncology nurse, and how they help in the care he provides.
Why Did I Become an Oncologist?
This author shares patient experiences that have taught him how much an oncologist offers, beyond chemotherapy.
Axatilimab Elicits Responses With Manageable Safety in Recurrent/Refractory cGVHD
Dr Bal on Updated Findings With BMS-986393 in Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma
Dr Ghia on a Biomarker Analysis of the SEQUOIA Trial in CLL/SLL
Oral DEC-C Treatment Is Feasible and Comparable With IV/SC HMA Outcomes in MDS
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