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January 2022

Disparities and Determinants of Health in Surgical Oncology
Edited by Oluwadamilola M. Fayanju

Cancer does not happen in a vacuum. Behind every patient with cancer is a story, and attached to every cancer diagnosis are real people, humans changed by the unwelcome discovery of the Big C in their own body or that of a loved one. But at the dawn of 2020, the C word at the center of our professional world was supplanted by another, buoyed aloft on a wave of fear and uncertainty. This new entity, COVID-19, has redefined our lexicon and our planet, and on arrival, it completely upended the provision of oncologic care around the world.

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Published four times each year—January, April, July, and October—Surgical Oncology Clinics of North America updates you on the latest trends in patient management, keeps you up to date on the newest advances, and provides a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Each issue focuses on a single topic in surgical oncology, including pancreatic cancer, radiation oncology, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, head and neck cancer, palliative care, gene therapy, sarcomas, cancer screening, treatment of colorectal cancer, biliary tract and primary liver tumors, breast cancer, imaging, and more.


Our second Surgical Oncology Clinics Podcast features discussion of the July 2021 issue on "Palliative Care in Surgical Oncology." Guest Editor Dr. Bridget N. Fahy breaks down the article topics with Consulting Editor Timothy M. Pawlik. Articles available at:  Twitter: @SurgicalClinics

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