Currently heading back from the 2008 Frontiers of Cancer Nanotechnology Symposium setup by GaTech and Emery University - I really enjoying going to this yearly symposium (my 3rd year) and am honored to be able to speak.  The symposium brings together researchers (materials, computing, cancer) and clinicians working on ways to improve the fight against cancer.  I've learned more about cancer and what can and can't be done and feel privileged...

Before I headed to the airport - I was able to hear Donald Coffey give a really good talk - plain spoken and cutting to the details of the  issue.  I'm also looking forward to reading the JAMA paper Hyperthermic Biology and Cancer Therapies - A Hypothesis for the "Lance Armstrong Effect"