Laura Farrington, DO, Elesyia Outlaw-Evans, MD, and Ruchi Garg, MD, discuss how and/or if any mentors they had during their careers helped them overcome gender-related challenges they experienced.
Laura Farrington, DO, a medical oncologist at CTCA Chicago; Elesyia Outlaw-Evans, MD, a radiation oncologist at CTCA Pheonix; and Ruchi Garg, MD, CTCA Program Director of Gynecologic Oncology and gynecologic oncologist at CTCA Atlanta, discuss how and/or if any mentors they had during their careers helped them overcome gender-related challenges they experienced.
The 3 experts sat down to be candid and discuss their variety of experiences throughout their career, what the culture of their work environments were like, the obstacles they came into contact with and how they overcame them, and how society has changed from their early days until now.
Notably, in this exclusive interview, they highlight advice to up-and-upcoming female oncologists on navigating these waters today.
In this episode, the experts highlight mentors they had throughout their careers and how they may have helped them work through the gender-related obstacles they faced.
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