New Investigator 2019

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Clinical Practice Guidelines

SIO is pleased to provide its updated clinical practice guidelines for breast cancer. In June 2018, ASCO announced endorsement of the guidelines. The guidelines were published in 2017. Researchers analyzed which integrative treatments are most effective and safe for patients with breast cancer. The guidelines are a resource for clinicians and patients to inform evidence-based decisions on the use of integrative therapies during breast cancer treatment. Researchers at US and Canadian institutions evaluated the efficacy and safety of more than 80 therapies.

The Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monograph has  published a special issue co-sponsored by SIO, "Advancing the Global Impact of Integrative Oncology"; including a comprehensive definition for integrative oncology. The articles in the special Monograph were all peer-reviewed.


New Investigator Forum 2019

The Society for Integratice Oncology (SIO) is committed to developing talented young investigators in integrative oncology with its New Investigator Forum on Integrative Oncology Research Methods. We are now accepting New Investigator Forum applications for the 16th International Conference that will be held in New York, NY, October 19-21.  Read more here:  New Investigator 2019          

                                                                                

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SIO 2019 Conference

Please mark your calendars to join us for the 16th International Conference October 19-21, 2019 in New York, NY.  The conference theme: Advancing the Science and Art of Integrative Oncology.

Thank You for SIO2018! We thank the more than 400 participants for making SIO's 15th International Conference, October 27-29, 2018 in Scottsdale, Arizona, so successful. We appreciate all the great converations and sharing of experience.

 


June 20 Webinar  

“I feel like I’ve been dropped into a jungle without a compass or a map!

Have your cancer patients expressed a similar sense of disorientation and inability to navigate? As you begin to help them traverse this foreign and frightening terrain, you may wish you had more tools and resource to offer them. Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies (BCCT) is a website created for motivated clinicians and patients who want to dive deeply into and wisely navigate the world of integrative cancer care. SIO member and founder of online journal, Integrative Cancer Review,  Marianne Woods Cirone, will moderate Michael Lerner, PhD,  proponent of integrative oncology, and two of his BCCT staff, Laura Pole, RN, OCNS, and Nancy Hepp, MS, as they talk about how to use this comprehensive web resource and guide participants through an exploration of a variety of evidence-based therapies for treating a wide range of common cancer-related symptoms and side-effects. Members register at no charge. Non-members pay a $20 registration fee. Register here.