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The evolving landscape of medical education in oncology - Volume 21, Issue

The field of oncology is continuously evolving. The way in which cancer is diagnosed, staged, and managed has changed so much in the last decade, and awareness of the need for a ‘personalized medicine’ approach to patient management is growing. In…

Oncology and medical writers - Volume 21, Issue

Let me start this first editorial in an old journal with a new name by explaining why a medical writing journal has a theme issue on oncology and includes articles that are not directly related to writing. Medical writers write about research that is…

Some considerations on the safety evaluation section of clinical study reports for studies with anticancer drugs - Volume 21, Issue

The International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) guideline E3 describes the structure and content of clinical study reports (CSRs). However, this standard structure should be interpreted according to the type of study and data, including…

Imaging techniques in oncology - Volume 21, Issue

Identifying and diagnosing cancerous diseases is currently one of the main tasks of today's radiologist. Every year cancer is diagnosed worldwide in over 12 million people. Within a single year, 7 million people die from cancer worldwide. The most…

Immuno-oncology: Harnessing our immune system to fight cancer - Volume 27, Issue

The history of immunotherapy to treat cancer began in 1891 when the American surgeon William Coley performed intra-tumoural injections with inactivated bacteria in patients with advanced sarcoma, in an attempt to stimulate anti-tumour immunity.…

Changing methods to assess targeted therapies in oncology - Volume 27, Issue

New methods have been developed to evaluate targeted therapies, since the classic sequence – phase I, toxicity; phase II, efficacy; phase III, comparison with standard treat ment – is no longer effective for evaluating these new treatments. In…

Profile: An interview with Dr Gustavo A. Silva on the concept of public health in medical writing and translation - Volume 22, Issue

We often tend to consider the different branches of medical translation as unique islands of knowledge. We may imagine translators specialising in single areas such as oncology, ophthalmology, gynaecology, and so on. Nevertheless, there are indeed…

The Webscout - Volume 21, Issue

Cannabinoids in oncology: more than a palliative Usually you have chemotherapeutics and biologicals in mind when you are talking about oncology. Would you have thought of cannabinoids? I don't think so but for decades, cannabinoids have been known…

Message from the President - Volume 21, Issue

Dear MEW reader Welcome to the first 2012 Medical Writing or MEW issue – another EMWA milestone to start off this stellar year. I hope you enjoy the new design and the thematic focus on oncology. The theme of EMWA's upcoming 34th Spring conference…

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