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Also, read about new ideas, professional achievements and personal stories from Dienstmann, Lanzetta, Melief, Haanen, Malhotra and Ruiz-Garcia

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Women for Oncology: How do they do it?

  • 20 Feb 2017
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Three inspirational female oncologists share their experiences of life in a man’s world and, together with an ardent male advocate, suggest how women can redress the balance.

 

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Living the Dream – Running a Comprehensive Cancer Centre: Alexander Eggermont

  • 06 Feb 2017
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As Director General of Europe’s premier comprehensive cancer centre, Alexander Eggermont knows a thing or two about focus and determination. Here he describes what it means to get your ideal job, what that job entails and how loving your career could be the key to a happy marriage.

 

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Could These be ESMO’s Future Leaders?

  • 26 Jan 2017
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In an exciting new initiative this year – the ESMO Leaders Generation Programme – 15 oncologists spent nearly a week in Lugano, where ESMO has its headquarters, learning how to become successful leaders. Via a series of workshops and presentations, the participants were put through their paces by an expert faculty of ESMO leaders, other key opinion leaders and external professional experts.

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Going Back to Basics to Cure Cancer: an interview with Alberto Bardelli

  • 05 Jan 2017
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Drug resistance and tumour heterogeneity limit the effectiveness of current cancer therapies. Cure remains elusive for some cancers because the steps that drive cancer development and progression are poorly understood. These are just two reasons why we need to improve what we know about the basic mechanisms of cancer, argues Alberto Bardelli

 

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Young Blood: inside the ESMO Young Oncologists Committee

  • 05 Jan 2017
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At the heart of ESMO’s efforts to support young oncologists (YOs) is the Young Oncologists Committee (YOC), a band of inspired, enthusiastic peers who understand what the new generation of oncologists need and are constantly trying to develop new ways to provide it.

 

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