From my perch atop the masthead at Oncology Data Advisor, I am awed by the dozens of oncology professionals who give freely of their time and expertise to inform our readership of the latest in their respective areas. Their efforts are what make ODA a premier online resource for all things in this ever-evolving field. My heartfelt thanks go to these wonderful colleagues without whom we would cease to be a publication.
In this month's Editor's Letter, I would like to highlight a few of the outstanding offerings currently on the website. In a recently recorded podcast, Urvi Shah and Rahul Banerjee share their perspectives on how diet might modify disease progression in multiple myeloma. My patients ask about diet all the time. It's one of the few areas of their disease over which they can exert total control. The privilege of having two eminent myeloma clinician-researchers take us through the literature on this understudied topic is enlightening.
In recognition of Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, Aditya Bagrodia and Andrew Winer recorded videos about treatment personalization and advances in surgery in testis cancer. Both videos are incisive, entertaining, and highly recommended.
As promised, ODA will be on-site at several major oncology conferences in the coming months, starting with the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Congress in Anaheim, California, from April 27–May 1. We will be managing booths and intend to interview presenters and attendees alike. Please visit us at booth #1414 and stay for a chat!
Finally, I would like to thank our marketing team who've labored to make the website as visually pleasing and easy to navigate as possible. Let us know what you think of the recent changes!