Tumori 2016; 102(2): 123 - 123
Article Type: EDITORIAL
- • Accepted on 23/03/2016
- • Available online on 07/04/2016
- • Published in print on 18/04/2016
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In this issue is the first review of the Bonadonna Lecture Series, a novel initiative that will accompany you through the rest of 2016 and beyond.
This lecture series is a due recognition of the enormous contribution that Gianni Bonadonna gave to the field of clinical oncology, pioneering the adoption of innovative approaches in the management of cancer patients. Most importantly, these reviews will help all of us to put into a broader context some of the critical issues facing medical and surgical oncology today.
We are therefore pleased that the first of these reviews is authored by Vincent DeVita from Yale University and George Canellos from Harvard Medical School, who worked side by side with Dr. Bonadonna in developing innovative treatments for breast cancer and Hodgkin lymphoma. Their contribution will help our younger readers to understand the ideas underpinning some of the most effective treatments in oncology today.
We hope that you enjoy reading the first of the Bonadonna Lectures and look forward to your comments and suggestions at email@example.com.