Gray Zone-Better Late than Never...Better Never Than Late
The ultimate goal of radiation oncology research is to improve clinical care. As a specialty, we tackle diverse research questions, addressing every type of cancer and encompassing cancer biology and radiation physics. But despite our best efforts, evidence-based medicine cannot provide 1 clear answer to every clinical problem. In many patient scenarios, the best management approach remains uncertain, leaving room for difference of opinion and constructive debate. To this end, we present the Red Journal Gray Zone where we provide difficult or controversial clinical cases. After each case you will read the management plan favored by a few specialists in that particular field. We also want to hear from you! After reading the case please access the poll and tell us what you think.
Please click here to read "Better Late Than Never… Better Never Than Late", tell us what you think and take the poll.
This activity is available from Month, 2017, through 11:59p.m . Eastern time on Month, 2019.
This activity is designed to meet the interest of radiation oncologists and radiation oncology residents.
- Summarize and discuss the management of difficult cases in practice.
Jose G. Bazan, MD has nothing to disclose.
Rachel C. Blitzblau, MD, PhD has nothing to disclose.
Janet K. Horton, MD has nothing to disclose.
Julia R. White, MD has nothing to disclose.
Joanna Yang, MD has nothing to disclose.
Alexander N. Hanania, MD, MPH has nothing to disclose.
Michelle S. Ludwig, MD, PhD, MPH has nothing to disclose.
Steve Braunstein, MD, PhD (Editor-in-Chief) has nothing to disclose.
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