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Markman Reflects on Career, Progress in Gynecologic Cancers

Brandon Scalea
Published: Monday, Oct 29, 2018

Maurie Markman, MD

Maurie Markman, MD
The treatment paradigm of gynecologic malignancies is expanding with approved targeted agents and a greater focus on maintaining quality of life (QoL). According to Maurie Markman, MD, the field is moving in a precision-based medicine direction.

, Markman reflected on practice-changing advances during his career and discussed the future of gynecologic cancer treatment.

OncLive: You received the 2018 Giants of Cancer Care® award in Gynecologic Cancer. What are your thoughts on winning this award?

Markman: Obviously, I have somewhat of a unique perspective on the Giants of Cancer Care® since I had the privilege of being involved with the program from the beginning, both as chair and as a member of the committee. I'm very aware of the extraordinary effort that goes into exactly what it says: peer-nominated, peer-selected, and the awards are really meant to say, "Your peers have looked at you as having an impact in the field and on patients."
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Online CME Activities
TitleExpiration DateCME Credits
Oncology Consultations® in Ovarian Cancer: Differentiating Among Clinical Trial Designs to Match PARP to PatientOct 31, 20191.5
Cancer Summaries and Commentaries™: Update from Munich: Advances in the Treatment of Lung Cancer, Genitourinary Malignancies, and Gynecologic MalignanciesDec 30, 20192.25
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