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NatureRevClinOncol 9h
New News & Views by Shubham Pant, & Timothy Yap on PARP inhibition in pancreatic cancer now live online:
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J Clinical Oncology Jul 18
From and colleagues: Trials and tribulations of corrected QT interval monitoring in oncology
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APC Jul 20
Want a snapshot of the current papers Join our Chairs at Guests include Johns Hopkins Urology & Oncology Professor Ken Pienta Full programs
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Julia Close, MD Apr 26
As phase 2 of my mid career transition (phase 1 - change to associate dean GME/DIO- occurred in January) - I’ll transition from a clinical focus of to (I’m ). Tell my who I need to follow/meet on twitter! And is my new hashtag?
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RefleXion Medical Jul 19
At RefleXion, we’re motivated to overcome the challenges of cancer radiotherapy.
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Ari BSN, RN May 16
Had a thought studying for OCN certification today: why isn’t Aranesp (darbepoetin alfa) routinely used with ALL/AML patients after chemo for preventing anemia? Thoughts?
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Amir Safavi Apr 29
Healing a patient is more than killing a tumor with tools/energy/chemicals; it also involves healing the trauma caused by the diagnosis and the treatments and oncology is a key part of this.
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Dr. Shubham Pant May 19
and had the honor of running with survivors and colleagues at the ⁦ in -Town to ⁩. You were missed ⁦
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Alastair Greystoke Dec 4
Prof Bagshawe made a Fellow of ⁦⁩ by Peter Selby. The 1st UK . Professor Gillessen ⁦⁩ delivers inaugural Bagshawe lecture
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J Clinical Oncology Jan 18
The oncology hospital at home
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Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD Jun 14
" who were too independent & frank in discussions were also described by participants as 'going rogue.'" Is multidisciplinary care a myth? New study highlights friction between & ... how can we improve care of our sickest pts?
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Dr. Karine Tawagi May 30
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Hannah Tharmalingam Apr 19
Calling all med students - we need you, we want you and we would love to have you in 😁💪 Please do come along and find out more . It would be great to see you!
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Kristin Rojas, M.D. Feb 13
Painful after treatment sig. affects - Rx like AIs and make managing pts w/vag. atrophy complicated, and I ALWAYS need coord. w/ . We must ask so we can treat!!! See comments ⬇️for thoughts on vag. .
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A/Prof Haryana Dhillon Jul 17
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Shlomo Koyfman Mar 8
So lucky to have such amazing women in our cancer ⁦⁩ multiD update. All star speaking and teaching us all. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sonia Malhotra,MD,MS Mar 15
Fr416malignant acute to chronic pain: 25-50% of cancer patients will have chronic pain. Important topic to discuss with worlds. Important points: treat acute pain well, use steroids, use therapies, stay on the team to monitor!
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Pierre Blanchard, MD Jun 10
Looking for an extensive review on nasopharyngeal carcinoma? Please read the one I've been fortunate to cooauthor with Jun Ma's group in .
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Amanda Walker May 23
Life just got a little better. There’s an app for the MedNet! 👍
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RadiationOncology.AI May 31
In , doc prescribes chemo/immobile drug; big pharma makes and sends it. In , doc prescribes radiation Tx. Local team of experts handcrafts personalized Tx and delivers it using complex computer controlled machines. How well does your team know each others roles?
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