More than 400 physicians, researchers, nurses, integrative medicine practitioners, patient advocates, and patients from 17 countries convened in Scottsdale, Arizona, from October 27-29, 2018 for the 15th International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology.

Programming focused on the theme “From Research to Practical Applications" and was presented in coordination with Banner MD Anderson and the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona. The conference included three outstanding keynote presentations and three plenary sessions, plus multiple workshops, oral abstracts, posters, and networking opportunities. SIO appreciates the program support of the Dr. Rogers Prize and the Weil Foundation.

The Society for Integrative Oncology elected three new board members and re-elected three board members at the Annual Meeting held in conjunction with SIO’s 15th annual international conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. They took office at the conclusion of the conference.

The Board is pleased to welcome the following three individuals who were newly elected to three-year terms:

We are pleased to once again offer this widely attended Webinar, which originally aired in September. Eugene Ahn, MD will be on hand to provide a live introduction and audience Q&A following Dr. Abrams' pre-recorded presentation.

As cannabis becomes more widely available for medical purposes increasing numbers of cancer patients are reporting benefit from its use. The published medical literature is thin on evidence. Oncologists report that they often recommend medical cannabis for their patients but describe a lack of knowledge to support their recommendations. An internet lore suggests that cannabis may be useful not only for treating symptoms related to cancer and its treatment but to treating cancer itself. Join us to learn the latest information on integrating cannabis into conventional cancer care.

As cannabis becomes more widely available for medical purposes increasing numbers of cancer patients are reporting benefit from its use. The published medical literature is thin on evidence. Oncologists report that they often recommend medical cannabis for their patients but describe a lack of knowledge to support their recommendations. An internet lore suggests that cannabis may be useful not only for treating symptoms related to cancer and its treatment but to treating cancer itself. Join us to learn the latest information on integrating cannabis into conventional cancer care.