QD: News Every Day--End-of-life planning reduces aggressive treatment in a patient's last month of life
Results appeared online Nov. 13 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
A recent study in Science purportedly demonstrated that cancer is more random than previously thought. This, predictably, has led to high-p...
pulmonary or oncology, to name a few.
We've reached the second half of our discussion on Bending the Cost Curve in Cancer Care . The authors of the New England Journal of Medici...
I wish I had known earlier that not all oncologists, internist or primary care providers can or should provide survivorship care. The first ...
In his keynote speech, Aru W. Sudoyo, MD, PhD, FACP, outgoing ISIM president, a medical oncologist, and President of the Indonesian Society of Oncology, talked about these being dangerous times for ... The door is wide open. Ana María López, MD, MPH,
Patients struggle to find any specialist who will accept Medicare. This experience is greatest in the specialties of neurology, oncology and gynecology.
My practice would be a simple exchange of needs. I later realized how much I am an urban child and how medical oncology would not really be feasible in a solo ... Ana María López, MD, MPH, FACP, ACP's President for 2018-2019, is vice chair of oncology
Last year, the percentage unmatched is much higher for students applying to radiation oncology, dermatology, and competitive surgical fields, for example.
And for more conference coverage, read a story from the American Society of Clinical Oncology's virtual conference in May, which looks at ways to improve care for LGBTQ patients, in