Expert Insights on Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day: Treating Patients by Subtype

View original from Targeted Oncology HERE. A number of targeted agents have been approved in the setting of metastatic breast cancer, which has allowed for more personalized treatment approaches and underscores the importance of genomic testing. The breast cancer treatment landscape continues to expand with the development of new and novel therapies that improve outcomes […]

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OneOncology and Tennessee Oncology Present Twelve Posters at ASCO Quality and Care Symposium

Nashville, TN – October 7, 2020 – OneOncology, the partnership of independent community oncology practices, said today that physicians, pharmacists and value-based care experts across the OneOncology network will present five posters at the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s (ASCO) virtual Quality and Care Symposium and seven additional posters focused on insights from partner practice, […]

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IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Tennessee Oncology’s COVID-19 Precaution Requirements

For the protection of our patients and employees, face masks, screening, and visitor restrictions remain in place at all Tennessee Oncology clinic and imaging locations, regardless of state and local guidelines. At some locations, to assure appropriate social distancing, patients may also be asked to wait in their vehicles until they can be seen. Face […]

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Changing Patterns of Care in Multiple Myeloma

Current therapeutic options for multiple myeloma and best practices in dispensing medications throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Episode 1 Treatment Evolution in Multiple Myeloma Looking at the current state of multiple myeloma management, experts discuss interest in novel therapies and MRD assessment to guide treatment. Transcript Bruce Feinberg, DO: Hello, and welcome to this AJMC® webcast […]

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When is the right time to go on hospice care?

Sandhya Mudumbi, M.D., Palliative Care I had a patient tell me this week that they didn’t want to go on hospice because they didn’t want to lay in bed and die. I can’t tell you how many times I hear that about hospice care, even from people in healthcare! People are not wrong to think […]

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