immunotherapy

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    Is it too risky for me to continue medical school?

    Hello everyone! I'm a 22-year-old university student from Europe. I'm currently in my 3rd year of studies in a 6-year MD program. According to a serological test (specifically my anti-CCP was 123), it's likely that I'll be diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in the foreseeable future. I know...
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    Future of Rad Onc with therapy advances

    I'm interested in pursuing Radiation Oncology, and was hoping to hear some thoughts on what the future will be like for Radiation Oncologists with some of the advancements in cancer therapy coming out (immunotherapy, for example). From my naive perspective, it seems like the future is pretty...
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    Do people update Rad Onc programs they applied to with new info ?

    I'm currently co-authoring a review paper with 2 attendings at my home institution about a novel immunotherapy for pediatric leukemia. Not quite related to Radiation Oncology, but I'm interested in immunotherapy as a cancer treatment and wanted to get involved in research or publication with it...
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    Is Immunotherapy only the purview of Med Onc?

    M4 here, currently pursuing a path in Radiation Oncology. I have always been keenly interested in cancer since I started medical school, and was drawn specifically to Rad Onc due to its use of technology, treatment success, academic nature, and comprehensive range of malignancies one is able to...