Our chat will focus on research presented at the Society of Gynecologic Oncology Annual Meeting (#SGOmtg) held March 19-22 in San Diego, the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting (#AACR16) held April 16-20 in New Orleans, and the American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting (#ASCO16) held June 3-7 in Chicago.
We hope you will join us as we answer these questions:
T1: Do you research new treatments and studies online? Do you follow scientific meetings like #SGOmtg, #AACR16 and #ASCO16?
T2: GOG 252 did not support a previous study which showed IP chemo benefit (tough treatment for many). How does this change things?
T3: In the hot topics of immunotherapy, precision medicine, and genetics, which #SGOmtg/ #AACR16/ #ASCO16 research excited you?
T4: What studies reported at #ASCO16 in palliative care, survivorship, and psychosocial research could help gyn cancer survivors?
T5: As "patient-centered" research becomes more accepted, what do you see as the role of the patient in future cancer research?
You can search abstracts and sessions from each meeting on these corresponding pages:
#SGOmtg Abstracts & Late-breaking Abstracts
Do you have a research topic you are interested in learning more about? Let us know by commenting below.
See you on the 8th.