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Gil Morgan
Physician from Texas working in Medical Oncology. Proudly NIH, NCI & MDA trained. Believes an ounce of prevention equals a pound of cure. Views are my own🇺🇸🌏
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Raul Cordoba, MD, PhD 16h
Brentuximab vedotin and ESHAP is highly effective as second-line therapy for lymphoma patients (long-term results of a trial by the Spanish Group) | @AnnalsOncology
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OncoAlert 3h
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Drew Moghanaki Jun 15
First there was NLST, NELSON, and MILD. Now, say hello to LUSI. Another RCT that shows what LDCT screening can do for patients at risk for lung cancer.
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Jon Trent, MD, PhD 21h
Cancer-killing virus boosts immunotherapy in hard-to-treat cancer - The Institute of Cancer Research, London
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Gil Morgan 14h
Replying to @drdonsdizon
Happy Father’s Day Don !!
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Andres Cervantes 17h
The addition of radiation doesn't improve relapse free survival over six moths of adjuvant chemotherapy in locally advanced endometrial cancer. ChemoRT reduced the risk of vaginal, pelvic or paraaortic relapses, but increased the risk of systemic metastases over adjuvant Chemo.
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Bogda Koczwara Jun 15
Burnout in oncology affects around high numbers of HCPs and informal caregivers alike. Check out session on in HCP and family caregivers across different settings - are solutions similar? or different?
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OncoAlert Jun 15
Dear Colleagues, We at have the great honor to welcome Prof. Andres Cervantes to our Network . Dr Cervantes is new to twitter, please welcome him and feel free to him a follow!! We look forward to his tweets!!
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The BMJ Jun 16
“The best thing you can do is speak up. Ask, ‘Are you ok?’ or ‘You don’t seem yourself. Do you want to talk?’ The smallest gesture can make the greatest difference. Let them know they’re not alone—we all have days when the world gets to us."
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Nicole Kuderer Jun 15
1/ Peripheral - Nice : Nice summary. The most important aspect to avoid serious consequences is to make your aware of your symptoms so they stop in time to avoid serious pain or debilitating symptoms.
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Hal Burstein, MD Jun 14
RR of 70% in BRCAmut (7/10) but 7% among wtBRCA TNBC.
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Julia Maues Jun 15
Caregiver support is so important - and often ignored! I wanna see a study that measures the impact of the caregiver seeing a therapist on the health of the cancer patient. 1/2
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Mark Lewis Jun 14
From a poignant reminder that even cures for cancer can have long-lasting consequences for our patients' health, not all readily measured through conventional oncologic endpoints
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Gil Morgan Jun 15
Two greats at and onc discuss the SOPHIA trial on HER2+ metastatic . Just out on !
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Mark Lewis Jun 14
Really enjoyed filming this video at with and Dr. Edward Garon on the needless divide between academic & community oncology: we are all on the same team trying to make things better for our patients!
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OncoAlert Jun 15
It’s a pleasure to do this for our colleagues around the the globe! Although not all have the means to attend conferences, ALL deserve access to potential practice changing information in real time, that’s where we come in, we are by Oncologists for Oncologists,We Are !
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Andres F. Cardona Jun 15
Interesting to extend this initiative to LATAM and ASIA, without doubt the formation of leaders guided by congregations such as ESMO is highly required
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Eric Topol Jun 15
That's quite a list of achievements in < 2 years. Congratulations
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Andres Cervantes Jun 15
Thanks, Gil. I am honored to be part of this community.
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Gil Morgan Jun 15
Welcome Prof. Cervantes !!
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