February 25, 2011 - Volume 33 - Issue 4 - Contributor Index

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Washam, Cynthia

Health Care Leaders Forecast Era of Accountability, HHS Secretary Sees Better Care in Networks

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Tuma, Rabiya S. PhD

Colorectal Cancer: Best to Start Chemo by 4 Weeks After Surgery

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Anal Cancer: IMRT Reduces Toxicities

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JAK2 Inhibitors: Still Need to Prove Their Mettle in Myeloproliferative Diseases

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Simone, Joseph V. MD

Simone's OncOpinion: The Self-Referral Boom

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Sekeres, Mikkael A. MD, MS

SECOND THOUGHTS FROM SEKERES: On (cology) Language

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Rosenthal, Eric T.

Critical Drug Shortages: Who's Minding the Store?

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Maguire, Patrick MD

Where Are Your Patients Getting Their Information About Cancer? How I Came to Write a Book to Help Fill a Gap

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Laino, Charlene

Breast Cancer: Four Cycles of Adjuvant Chemo Sufficient for Most Patients

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Johnson, Karen RNP-C

Morning Tea

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Harpham, Wendy S. MD

VIEW FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STETHOSCOPE: “It's Okay”

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Eastman, Peggy

ODAC Backs FDA's Strong Stance on Need for Post-Marketing Studies on Accelerated-Approval Cancer Drugs

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Carlson, Robert H.

ASCO: For Patients with Advanced Cancer, Start Frank Talks about Options Soon after Diagnosis

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Philadelphia-Positive ALL: Imatinib's Early Use Shown to Extend Long-Term Survival

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Butcher, Lola

Medical Home Concept Comes to Oncology

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