Wholesale Medicine: The Why and How of Physician Engagement in Healthcare Policy
This article discusses the wholesale side of medicine, exploring the why and how of physician involvement in healthcare policy.
How to Survive With Limited Finances (and a Family) as a Hematology-Oncology Fellow
If you are anything like me, despite working incredibly hard, not getting paid adequately for many years, and accumulating an incredible amount of debt, you could not imagine any other career.
Where There’s Smoke: Are Oncology Fellows in Danger of Burnout?
This moment occurred during the middle of my first year of fellowship, and I felt overwhelmed by clinical responsibilities and a seemingly insurmountable learning curve. The question dawned on me: was I suffering from burnout?
Living Life and Discovering Its Deeper Meaning
It is amazing how technology captures our attention and plays a large role in day-to-day life.
Catching Up With Fellowship Grad Dr Amer Zeidan
Amer Zeidan, MBBS, MHS, an assistant professor of medicine (hematology) at Yale University, shares his story about his journey through training with Oncology Fellows, and talks about landing his dream career.
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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