The hopes and frustrations of a career in cancer

Anna Wagstaff

Young oncologists want the chance to develop their skills, reach their full potential and give of their best. But a Cancer World survey shows many are frustrated by too heavy clinical workloads, too few chances to lead research and get published, and too little recognition for their clinical skills. Are potential leaders of oncology in Europe having their careers derailed?

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