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“The pace at which new therapies are moving brings hope that all blood cancer patients in the future will have great options for treatment.” – William Donnellan, M.D.

Written by William Donnellan, M.D. After going virtual last year, the annual American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting was back in person this past December in Atlanta, Georgia. At the annual ASH meeting, oncologists and researchers from all over the world come together to present the latest and greatest research in the field of blood […]

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How to help your fatigue at home

By Katie Johnson, MSN, AGPCNP-BC Fatigue is one of the most common complaints among cancer patients. It can effect patients’ quality of life and interfere with their daily activities, while being difficult to measure and hard to treat. Several things contribute to fatigue in cancer patients, including treatment and the disease itself. Fortunately, evidence shows […]

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Providing Cancer Care in the Age of COVID-19

By Samyukta Mullangi, Johnetta Blakeley, and Stephen Schleicher Read original article HERE. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to oncology care; an area of medicine that typically involves frequent, in-person patient visits to complete a course of treatment. In many ways, COVID-19 has served as a stress test for the specialty, and has catalyzed […]

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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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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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