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On the Horizon

On the Horizon EDITORIAL N THIS issue of the ARCHIVES, we inaugurate a One recent influence in shaping this future has been new section known as On The Horizon. Its pur- the multidisciplinary approach to the management of com- pose is to showcase emerging concepts in medi- plex skin diseases. In the following article, Parry et al. cine that are likely to alter the clinical practice review the emergence of multidisciplinary care in oncol- I of dermatology and, therefore, likely to quickly ogy and discuss its application to the management of cu- become relevant to most dermatologists. Although in part taneous lymphomas. This trend is on the rise as out- a successor to a former section, Bridging the Laboratory come studies document the benefits of multidisciplinary and the Clinic, edited so well by Dr Lowell Goldsmith, care for cancer in general and as complex new diagnos- On The Horizon is intended to deal not only with im- tic assays and therapies enhance the need for multidis- portant new developments in laboratory research but also ciplinary expertise in the management of lymphomas in with emerging trends in other areas pertinent to the prac- particular. tice of dermatology such as health services research, medi- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Dermatology American Medical Association

On the Horizon

JAMA Dermatology , Volume 135 (8) – Aug 1, 1999

On the Horizon

Abstract

EDITORIAL N THIS issue of the ARCHIVES, we inaugurate a One recent influence in shaping this future has been new section known as On The Horizon. Its pur- the multidisciplinary approach to the management of com- pose is to showcase emerging concepts in medi- plex skin diseases. In the following article, Parry et al. cine that are likely to alter the clinical practice review the emergence of multidisciplinary care in oncol- I of dermatology and, therefore, likely to quickly ogy and discuss its...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 1999 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6068
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2168-6084
DOI
10.1001/archderm.135.8.906
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Abstract

EDITORIAL N THIS issue of the ARCHIVES, we inaugurate a One recent influence in shaping this future has been new section known as On The Horizon. Its pur- the multidisciplinary approach to the management of com- pose is to showcase emerging concepts in medi- plex skin diseases. In the following article, Parry et al. cine that are likely to alter the clinical practice review the emergence of multidisciplinary care in oncol- I of dermatology and, therefore, likely to quickly ogy and discuss its application to the management of cu- become relevant to most dermatologists. Although in part taneous lymphomas. This trend is on the rise as out- a successor to a former section, Bridging the Laboratory come studies document the benefits of multidisciplinary and the Clinic, edited so well by Dr Lowell Goldsmith, care for cancer in general and as complex new diagnos- On The Horizon is intended to deal not only with im- tic assays and therapies enhance the need for multidis- portant new developments in laboratory research but also ciplinary expertise in the management of lymphomas in with emerging trends in other areas pertinent to the prac- particular. tice of dermatology such as health services research, medi-

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JAMA DermatologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Aug 1, 1999

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