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The practice of clinical hematology and oncology has been rapidly changing in recent years. Diseases and conditions that previously were extraordinarily difficult to manage have seen new treatment options emerge that have significantly improved clinical outcomes. The 8thAnnual Advances in Hematology and Oncology Fall Symposium will update participants on symptom management, sarcoma, breast cancer therapeutics, colorectal cancer, brain metastases, cardiac complications in treatment, cancer associated VTE and more.
The program is designed to provide practical information on evidence-based practice guidelines and the availability of cancer clinical trials. It is directed at clinicians involved in the treatment of oncology patients including physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurse practitioners.