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  • New Targets in Lung Cancer Shape Treatment Options Thoracic oncologist Jack West talks about research presented at ASCO 2019 on new targets in lung cancer that may now be ready to move out of the research setting and into the clinic.
  • Out With the Old, in With the New: The Role of Novelty Bias Are we overenamored of new drugs and treatments at the expense of older, proven therapies? The recent hoopla over CREDENCE and SONAR set Tejas Desai, MD, to ponder novelty bias.
  • Why Students Become Neurologists   Dr Stephen Krieger discusses a project evaluating the neurology residency personal statement to determine why students want to become neurologists.
  • A 42-Year-Old Woman With Swollen Eyes: USMLE Question A 42-year-old woman presents with swelling around both of her eyes. She has been urinating less and has also had fevers and joint pain. What's the diagnosis?