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ONCOLOGY & HEMATOLOGY REVIEW – VOLUME 14 – ISSUE 1 – SPRING 2018

Welcome to the Spring edition of Oncology & Hematology Review, full of topical and practical content for busy oncologists.

Our Editor-in-Chief, Dr Shaji Kumar, opens the issue exploring new frontiers in the early detection of multiple myeloma.

In an expert interview the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)’s most recently-elected President Elect (2018–2019), Dr Elaine R Mardis, talks to us about the challenges AACR faces in advancing cancer research and translational medicine. From our Editorial Board, Eleni Andreopoulou discusses precision medicine in breast cancer, and Ulka Vaishampayan and Suresh Ramalingam talk about new advances and changing paradigms in renal cancer and non-small cell lung cancer.

In our review section, Soumitra Tole and colleagues provide an overview of the management of pediatric patients with anaplastic large cell lymphoma, and Ian Kleckner et al discuss how exercise may help with the toxicities associated with cancer therapy.

Finally, Veena Singh et al. share their clinical experience with detecting an ALK rearrangement using liquid biopsy in a patient with advanced non-small cell lung cancer, and Michel Kmeid and colleagues provide a new perspective on the eponym of Plummer-Vinson disease in the context of head and neck manifestations of iron deficiency.

We hope you enjoy this edition, which will be distributed at the upcoming ASCO meeting – don’t forget to pick up a free copy at the meeting.

We are now accepting submission to our Fall edition, and welcome you to submit your manuscript here.

Enjoy!

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