As trainees, we only see a small part of the process of treating any individual patient, usually at the stage of administering locoregional therapy in interventional radiology. In this setting, it can be difficult to fully understand the role of IR within the larger picture of multidisciplinary care
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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 start of a new year is a great time to look back and forwards. WCIO made the leap from a freestanding annual scientific congress to become the world community for IO in 2010. We quickly launched IO Central, the global on-line open-membership forum for IO...
At RSNA, I met with Dr. Adrián Gonzalez from the National Institute of Cancer in Mexico City. Together with Drs. Carlos Rojas and Alejandra Lara, he put together the first “IO” meeting in Mexico concurrent with the Best of ASCO, Best of SSO, and Mexican radiotherapy congresses in 2012.