Doctors who have a question will sometimes get their answers from colleagues, exchanging questions and answers in a hallway, during a phone call, or even in a WhatsApp group. But unfortunately, what happens in a text message group often stays in that text message group.

TheMednet.org brings those discussions — and the answers they provide — to a much broader audience. Since the site launched about two and a half years ago, over 3,700 oncologists have registered as members of the site. Fellows, residents, department chairs — all can ask and answer questions from their peers.

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