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Monthly Digest for Radiation Oncologists

Feature Article

Where Can Locum Tenens Work Take You?

One of the great things about locum tenens work is that you get to see new places and meet new amazing people. Dr. Roxanne Richards has been working in Nome, Alaska and traveling to remote villages to expand access to healthcare. We’ve compiled some of her favorite pictures and stories to share with you.

Where have your locum tenens adventures taken you? We want to know! Share your experiences by emailing us and we will feature your images or stories on our website.

 

Feature Jobs

Radiation Oncologist Needed for Locum Coverage in Washington, D.C.

Radiation Oncologist Needed for Locum Opportunity in Minnesota

Radiation Oncologist Needed in Tennessee

Radiation Oncologist Needed for Ongoing Locum Coverage in Indiana

Radiation Oncologist Needed for Locum Opportunity in Illinois

Radiation Oncologist Needed for Locum Coverage in Kansas

 

Specialty Spotlight

Precision Oncology to Improve Through New Alliance Between IBM and Illumina

IBM’s Watson has already been making waves in the healthcare software field, but now it’s partnering with Illumina’s genome sequencing technology. This integration could allow precision medicine’s ability to treat cancer more realistic, as Watson is going to be better able to analyze Illumina’s genome sequencing on a larger scale to identify mutating cancer cells, which could provide new avenues for experimental treatments.

Feature Medical Mission

Peru Medical Mission

If you’ve been searching for a way to give back, consider medical missions work. We make it easy for you to find a trip that fits your needs through our MedicalMissions.org website. Registration is free for medical volunteers and for organizations who are recruiting healthcare personnel.

Check out this issue’s featured mission trip to Peru, sponsored by Volunteers in Medical Missions.

Poll

What do you think will happen to the ACA with the "repeal and replace" plan?

The Affordable Care Act is in the process of being repealed in Congress, but we don’t yet know what the plan will be to replace it when it is repealed. Do you think it will be repealed with no replacement plan in place or do you think Congress will wait to officially repeal the ACA when a new healthcare plan is provided?

 
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