Our patients affect us in ways we cannot imagine. Ian inspired me to travel to Cricket World Cup #CWC19 in England, and watch the #IndiaPakistan game. Worth every second, every penny. Here is our story: Not On My Watch,
My husband was a "numbers man." When he survived past the median survival for his diagnosis (only 1 year), he was triumphant. This touching #narrativemedicine piece by in hits home with me as both a caregiver and as an oncologist.
Medical oncology fellow reflects w humility on strength of relationship between oncologist & cancer patients, along with frustrating limitations of oncologists to deliver best outcomes for pts w #cancer, even amidst progress & many successes
"He was never under my watch, I was under his." -Dr pays tribute to a patient in : #coloncancer #crcsm
Doctors are not supposed to sob with their patients. But this one did. by a story of deep empathy #DeepMedicine that'll likely make you sob
This one hits deep. #radonc #oncology
Another beautiful, emotional and deeply insightful paper by one of my mentees, oncology fellow . So wise beyond his years. I'm the lucky one.
Truly wonderful piece by . Not to be missed. Not on My Watch
an oncology fellow's first patient -- very powerful, moving story -- well told by
Congrats : your heartfelt piece "Not On My Watch" is top trending piece at It deserves the attention it's getting. If you haven't read it, follow the link.
I realize how foolish it is to ascribe the success (or failure) of a particular chemotherapy to an oncologist’s prowess, how clinicians sometimes overreckon our contribution to an outcome ... via
"He was never under my watch. I was under his" beautiful writing by in
Not on My Watch. Beautiful piece by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Taking care of patients is a privilege. ⁦⁩ #bcsm ⁦⁩ ⁦
Beautifully written essay by . A must read for anyone in oncology or interested in an oncology career.
Beautiful piece by > A reminder of all that my patients give me. | Not on My Watch | #medhumchat
A very touching and sincere article by ⁦⁩ worth reading ⁦⁩ Not on My Watch | Humanities | JAMA Oncology | JAMA Network
A moving piece from in , unfortunately gated, on the experience of taking care of patients with advanced cancer as an oncology trainee.