Presidential Symposium: Big Ideas for Big Data

By Ahmar U. Zaidi, MD “In God we trust. All others must bring data.” The amount of data generated from the dawn of humanity until 2003 was 5 exabytes. Since then, 5 exabytes of data are created every two days. There is no doubt that our ability to collect and store...

Lymphoma Roundup: Verdict on This Year’s Annual Meeting

By Basem M. William, MD Since Thomas Hodgkin’s initial characterization of lymphomas in 1832 and the first administration of mustard to a patient with lymphoma 100 years later amid the secrecy of a World War II gas program, much has changed. Multiple recurrent themes...