Optimal patient care is no longer the province of solitary specialists; rather it is provided by multidisciplinary care teams. This has lead to the genesis of diseased-centered subspecialty societies
WCIO took the next step on its mission to enhance global IO education with IO University’s first live webinar. An expert panel discussed the diagnosis and treatment options for malignant ascites.
WCIO kicked off its 2014 season of VuMedi webinars yesterday with the first of three programs devoted to percutaneous tumor ablation. This session focused on lung ablation. Over 85 registrants from North America, South America, and Asia participated live. I was excited to see friends from Brazil and
The Fountainbleu provided a nice compact venue for the vendors in the foyer outside a single plenary hall. Shaun Samuels’ team with guest program directors Fred Lee from Wisconsin and Bob Lewandowski from Northwestern did a great job assembling a rapid-fire program of clinical updates, tumor boards,
I just finished reviewing my assigned batch of the hundreds of abstracts submitted to WCIO for our 10th annual scientific meeting in New York May 11-14, and what an exciting bunch they were! The amount of innovation in the field of IO is astounding.