Posted October 31st, 2012Genevieve Hollis, MSN, CRNP, AOCN
Over the past few years, graduate oncology specific nursing education across the county has undergone some dramatic and controversial changes.
Posted October 30th, 2012Donna-Lee Lista
Who does all the research about what foods you should and shouldn’t eat to avoid cancer? I’ve often questioned how accurate all this nonsense is.
Posted October 29th, 2012Carolyn Vachani, MSN, RN, AOCN
We will be presenting live from a panel discussion entitled “Navigating the Path to Wellness” at the Focus on Blood Cancers Conference.
Timothy J. Hampshire
Dr. Rustgi discusses genomics and cancer and translating laboratory research into clinical practice.
Posted October 25th, 2012Timothy J. Hampshire
Dr. Lin discusses head and neck cancer treatment, the potential side effects and the importance of being prepared and treated for them.
Posted October 23rd, 2012Donna-Lee Lista
When I see all that has transpired in the last few years regarding lung cancer research I can’t help but hope that maybe all the work the advocates are doing has something to do with it.
Posted October 22nd, 2012Timothy J. Hampshire
As an oncologist, Dr. Giantonio provides care for many patients at the end of life, which he describes as a privilege and rewarding.
Posted October 18th, 2012Timothy J. Hampshire
Christina discusses the importance of having a social worker on your cancer care team.
Posted October 16th, 2012Rodney Warner, JD
I’ve done it again. Pulled a muscle in my back. Maybe three or four times a year, I make a bone head play and end up communing with a heating pad and an ice pack for a while.
Posted October 15th, 2012Timothy J. Hampshire
Dr. Hill-Kayser talks about working in oncology care and how her line of work can be particularly rewarding.