My Path to Becoming a Veterinary Oncologist

Posted July 25th, 2018

When I tell people that I am a veterinary oncologist, I get a variety of responses.  Sometimes no reaction at all, sometimes surprise that it is a profession, sometimes questions about what that means, sometimes a look of gratitude and a story about a beloved pet who battled cancer, but most often something along the […]

My Road to Becoming an Oncology Nurse Navigator

Posted May 31st, 2018

The month of May each year celebrates Nurses Week and Oncology Nurses Month. With winter past us, the anticipation of summer – celebrations of graduations and new beginnings – brings a moment of reflection on the blessings and path thus far of my oncology nursing career. As I write this, I realize there has been […]

Kate Cole

Confessions of an Oncology Social Work Student

Posted April 10th, 2014

Sometimes seeing things through the eyes of someone new to the world of oncology can remind us of how far we still have to go. In this guest blog, Kate Cole brings to your attention the cost of cancer treatment and the enormous problem it can pose for patients trying to get the care they need.

What’s It Like To Work In Oncology Care?

Posted February 6th, 2013

This blog will explore some of the professionals who provide care for people with cancer.