Podcasts

This “series” of monthly podcasts will feature new information and emerging topics that are published as our Editor’s Choice article in the journal. The Podcasts will be hosted by one of the Journal’s editors and include a conversation with the author of the Editor’s choice article along with the author of the featured commentary/editorial that accompanies the lead article.

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Featured Video

Gynecologic Oncology Podcast on the Future of the Gyn Onc Subspecialty

In this new, Special Edition of the Gynecologic Oncology video podcast, The Future of Gynecologic Oncology: We are at a Crossroads, David E. Cohn, MD, MBA, President of the SGO and Deputy Editor of Gynecologic Oncology, and Warner K. Huh, MD, Immediate Past-President of the SGO, engage in a lively discussion about Dr. Huh’s vision for the SGO and gynecologic oncology as a subspecialty. Initially envisioned as part of Dr. Huh’s Presidential Address for the SGO 2020 Annual Meeting in Toronto, this podcast puts the events of the past year in perspective, while remaining focused on the long-term future of gynecologic oncology.

  1. October 2022 Editor’s Choice: How do you manage the contralateral groin in early stage vulvar cancer with a unilateral positive sentinel lymph node?

    Hosted by: S. Diane Yamada, MD, Deputy Editor of Gynecologic Oncology


    Featuring:
    Maaike Oonk, MD, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
    Akila Viswanathan, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins Medicine


    Editor’s Choice Paper: Unilateral inguinofemoral lymphadenectomy in patients with early-stage vulvar squamous cell carcinoma and a unilateral metastatic sentinel lymph node is safe

    Editorial: When is it safe to omit contralateral groin management in unilateral sentinel node-positive early stage vulvar cancer?

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  2. September 2022 Editor’s Choice: Frailty assessment in gynecologic oncology - have you incorporated this into your practice?

    Hosted by:
    Gregg Nelson
    , MD, PhD, Social Media Editor of Gynecologic Oncology



    Featuring:

    Mariam M. AlHilli, MD Gynecologic Oncologist, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio
    Amanika Kumar, MD, Mayo Clinic Division of Gynecologic Surgery, Rochester, Minnesota



    Editor’s Choice Paper: Preoperative assessment using the five-factor modified frailty index: A call for standardized preoperative assessment and prehabilitation services in gynecologic oncology

    Editorial: Answering the call: Are we ready for action on frailty in gynecologic oncology?

    Browse all Gynecologic Oncology audio
  3. August 2022 Editor’s Choice: Financial toxicity – the other side effect of cancer care

    Hosted by:
    David E. Cohn
    , MD, MBA, FACHE, Editor-in-Chief of Gynecologic Oncology



    Featuring:

    Joshua G. Cohen, MD, Gynecologic Oncologist, City of Hope Orange County
    Fumiko Chino, MD, Affordability Working Group, Radiation Oncologist, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center



    Editor’s Choice Paper: Insurance-based disparities and risk of financial toxicity among patients undergoing gynecologic cancer operations

    Editorial: Financial toxicity of surgical treatment for gynecological cancer: A growing malignancy

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  4. July 2022 Editor’s Choice: Complications after cytoreductive surgery and its impact on survival: where do we go from here?

    Hosted by:
    Warner K. Huh
    , MD, FACOG, FACS, Deputy Editor of Gynecologic Oncology



    Featuring:

    Pr Alejandra Martinez, Institut Universitaire du Cancer de Toulouse Oncopole
    Jill Tseng, MD, UC Irvine Health



    Editor’s Choice Paper: The effect of major postoperative complications on recurrence and long-term survival after cytoreductive surgery for ovarian cancer

    Editorial: Complications associated with cytoreductive surgery for advanced ovarian cancer: Surgical timing and surmounting obstacles

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  5. June 2022 Editor’s Choice: Long-term cardiovascular complications among gynecologic cancer survivors

    Hosted by:
    Jose Alejandro Rauh-Hain
    , MD, MPH, Associate Editor of Gynecologic Oncology



    Featuring:

    Steven S. Coughlin, MD, Augusta University
    Daniel Addison, MD, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center



    Editor’s Choice Paper: Cardiovascular conditions and obesity among gynecologic cancer survivors: Results from the 2020 behavioral risk factor surveillance system survey

    Editorial: The intersection of gynecologic cancer, obesity, and cardiovascular disease

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