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Today in Oncology

Current News from the World of Oncology Last Updated: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 4:01:39 AM

Featured Columnists

Will Oncologists Be the First to Cure Heart Disease? Robert Peter Gale, MD, PhD, DSc(hc), FACP  

My Priorities for the Year Ahead Peter P. Yu, MD, FASCO  

Does the United States Have the Best Health-Care System in the World? Hagop M. Kantarjian, MD  

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Expert Opinions

Timing and Meaning of Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders in the Palliative Care Setting Mary F. Mulcahy, MD  

How Evolutionary Game Theory Is Offering Clues to Disrupt Cancer Cell Metabolism Kenneth J. Pienta, MD  

Potential of Liquid Biopsies in Detecting Cancer and Establishing Prognosis Massimo Cristofanilli, MD, FACP  

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Meeting News

Can Metastatic Lung Cancer Be Cured? In Advanced Lung Cancer, Targeted Combinations Are Still Works in Progress Hsp90 Inhibitors May Soon Transition Into Clinic Disparities Persist in Early-Stage Breast Cancer Treatment, MD Anderson St... More Meeting News

Journal Spotlight

European Researchers at 13-Year Follow-up: Increased Absolute Benefit of P... Adding Antiangiopoietin Agent Trebananib to Paclitaxel Improves Progressio... Study Quantifies Risk of Hereditary Breast Cancer in Carriers of PALB2 Mut... No Difference in Complication Rates or Hospital Stay With Robot-Assisted ... More Journal Spotlights

Health-Care Policy

Does the United States Have the Best Health-Care System in the World? Surgeon General Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer IOM Workshop Explores Growing Problems in Patient Access to Cancer Drugs ASCO Convenes Think Tank to Tackle Disparities in Cancer Care More Health-care Policy

Drugs & Regimens

In Managing Ovarian Cancer, Precision Medicine Is a Work in Progress Studies Help Refine Management of Prostate Cancer ‘Paradigm-Shifting’ Results in Treatment of Hematologic Disorders Adding Tomosynthesis to Digital Mammography Decreased Recall Rate, Increased Cancer Detection Rate in Breast Cancer Screening More Drugs & Regimens

Oncology Worldwide

Delivering Cancer Care in Low-Income Countries Rwanda Offers Women Free Cervical Cancer Screening, HPV Vaccination Gynecologic Cancer Care: Collaboration With Resource-Challenged Ethiopia NIH Awards Two New Grants to Explore the Understanding of Genomics Research in Africa More Oncology Worldwide

Patient's Corner

Breast Cancer Has Led Me to Careers in Activism and Filmmaking Cancer Has Given Me Courage Taking Charge of Your Care Coping With the Aftermath of Cancer More Patient's Corner
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