Today was the last day of The Society of Gynecologic Oncology (@SGO_org) Annual Meeting (#SGOmtg). Believe it or not as I type this the snow is falling again.
Here are some tweets I found interesting today.
WRITE Symptoms Study (GOG 259):
TY Dr. Donovan for very imp work symptom mgmt & intervention for women living with recurrent #ovariancancer. Understudied! #SGOmtg #gyncsm pic.twitter.com/F0BWU6wts0— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 15, 2017
@womenofteal top 10 for symptom mgmt: fatigue sleep-disturbance pain anxiety neuropathy constpation memory nausea bloating drowsiness pic.twitter.com/92ySkxfMlZ— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 15, 2017
Palliative Care:Cohn: Understanding patient pref re toxicities critical 2 enhancing shared decision making. YES!!! #SGOMtg Need tools along tx continuum pic.twitter.com/g4kFW1QSLW— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 15, 2017
Nevadunsky: Early palliative care assoc w/improved quality of end of life care #SGOMtg #gyncsm Diverse study population! Very important! pic.twitter.com/8Zss67Ywpr— Annie Ellis (@Stigetta) March 15, 2017
Ovarian Cancer:"Early palliative care is feasible & increases access 4 ethnically/racially diverse women w/ Gyn cancers." Dr. Nevadunsky @SGO2017 #SGOMtg— Carol Brown (@drcarolbrownMSK) March 15, 2017
Myriad data presented at #SGOMtg confirms older mean age at diagnosis of #ovariancancer in BRIP1 and RAD51C germline mutation carriers.— Douglas Levine MD (@levinemd) March 15, 2017
Cervical CancerChemotherapy Induces Molecular Changes in High-Grade Serous Ovarian Carcinoma #SGOMtg https://t.co/jzLlJXBQtB— Linus T Chuang (@linuscmd) March 15, 2017
2017 #SGOMtg coverage: High rates of persistent opioid use 6 months after RT for cervical cancerhttps://t.co/DIRlIn5fdl pic.twitter.com/UMWPurj87c— SGO (@SGO_org) March 15, 2017
A big shout out to all the researchers, gyn oncs, advocates and others who tweeted from the meeting.Thanks!
I look forward to April's #gyncsm chat (April 12, 2017 at 9pm) recapping this year's meeting.
Every Day is a Blessing!