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Latest Entry: AI Brings Pancreatic Cancer Screening Closer To Reality
7/22/2020 Artificial Intelligence Brings Pancreatic Cancer Screening Closer To Reality
FDA ACTIONS & UPDATES
The latest approvals, designations, and new indications from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for oncology drugs.
Latest: FDA Approves Ramucirumab Plus Erlotinib For First-Line Metastatic NSCLC
MUSINGS OF A CANCER DOCTORBy George W. Sledge, Jr., MDObservations, ponderings, and views.
Latest Entry: A Blog on Pain
ONCOLOGISTS' GUIDE TO GENOMICSThe latest trends in genomics and molecular diagnostics for oncology.
Latest Entry: Biomarkers Predict Response to Immune Checkpoint Therapy in Bladder Cancer
VIEW FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STETHOSCOPEBy Wendy S. Harpham, MD, FACPA unique perspective on oncology practices.
Latest Entry: Anticipated Need: A Patient's Perspective
3 QUESTIONS ON...Answers straight from the experts on the latest news and topics in oncology.
Latest Entry: Reducing LGBTQ Disparities in Cancer Care
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Most Recently Added: "How Health IT is Changing Oncology"—Andrew Zelenetz, MD, PhD, Chief of the Lymphoma Service and Vice Chair of Medical Informatics at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, tells OT how oncologists there are training a computer to understand and compare big data sets...