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The ASCO Post Jun 15
Åsmund A. Fretland, MD, on Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases: Laparoscopic vs Open Resection
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Vipin Suri Jun 15
Fly you fools! The closest thing has to Gandalf (in wisdom, knowledge and age), , is on the mend after an automobile accident during . Looking forward to having you back in action!
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Larissa Nekhlyudov 4h
Discussing session about the need to keep primary care involved in caring for cancer patients during treatment.
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IBC Research Fdn 2h
Unexpected treat at seeing work at booth. Yummy cake but pic with was highlight! Granddaughters will be impressed! Many thanks!
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Join Y. Luh Jun 12
"just 5% of cancer patients accurately understood their prognoses well enough to make informed decisions about their care."
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Vanita Noronha 5h
Replying to @NarjustDumaMD
Oh, I love wearing colors, in fact this was me at . Please don't let the negative comments in. Be you!
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Takeda Oncology Jun 13
We're honored to attend medical meetings like & that bring together the brightest minds & showcase data that may make a difference for patients.
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Medscape 4h
A tweet about an abstract ignites a surprising debate.
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Medscape Pharmacists Jun 14
Patients enlighten their physicians on the use of for pain management in oncology.
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Fay Hlubocky Jun 14
Nostalgia re ! It is a long 2 weeks ago since we witnessed this powerful motivating speech by Past Pres Monica Bertagnoli! Inspired & privileged to call Dr B & fellow oncology women leaders as mentors- Thank you !
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Medscape Oncology Jun 14
: novel drug enfortumab vedotin, for advanced urothelial cancer, expected to be the next-in-line treatment.
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OncologyEducation 7h
What are the latest updates from ? We've prepared video updates featuring key opinion leaders. Watch them here:
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Gateway for Cancer Research Jun 15
By establishing the Gateway Discovery Grant Program with our scientific partner the , Gateway can continue funding early phase clinical trials to help men, women and children living with cancer to feel better, live longer and conquer cancer.
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Investigators of a study presented at evaluated the survival benefit of pazopanib in metastatic patients with no evidence of disease after .
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Joining the abstracts presented at the rare melanomas poster discussion session, four additional studies with metastatic uveal melanoma patients were presented at . Click on the thumbnail to know more!
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Multiple Myeloma Hub Jun 9
The were delighted to interview 14 multiple myeloma experts during the recent congress, creating 20 interviews in multiple languages, and conducting our first expert discussion ()! All are now available on the Multiple Myeloma Hub!
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A year after TAILORx made a splash, a preplanned analysis of a secondary endpoint shows that "greater precision" may be attained when clinical risk features of are also considered, and gives new results for premenopausal women.
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“The plenary session by Dr Blythe Adamson highlighting improvement in racial disparity with Affordable Care Act Medicaid expanded access shows that effective health policy can be as impactful as any drug,” said in our roundup.
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DrAndrewWeickhardt Jun 8
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