Robert Peter Gale
Robert Peter Gale, MD, PhD, DSC(hc), FACP, FRCP, FRCPI(hon), FRSM, LHD, DPS

Visiting professor of haematology, Centre for Haematology Research, Department of Immunology and Inflammation, Imperial College London

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Guest Editorial
With the Russian invasion stalled and with a forceful counter-attack by Ukrainian armed forces, many observers caution that the Kremlin might be considering a show of force much as the U.S. did in the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (The Cancer Letter, Feb. 25, March 4, March 11, 2022). 
FreeGuest Editorial
As we enter week three of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, events continue to spiral out of control. 
FreeGuest Editorial
In last week’s issue of The Cancer Letter, I discussed potential nuclear dangers resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (The Cancer Letter, Feb. 25, 2022). Unfortunately, several events I predicted might happen have occurred.
Guest Editorial
No modern war has been fought on the territory of a country with nuclear power facilities.
Prof. Elihu (Eli) H. Estey, MD, a pioneering AML researcher, physician and scholar collapsed and died unexpectedly on Oct. 8 at his home in Seattle. He was 75.
Cancer History ProjectFreeGuest Editorial
In the early morning of April 30, 35 years ago, I was awakened by a call from Anatoly Dobrynin, a long-time Soviet Ambassador to the United States. He said General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev wanted me to come to the Soviet Union to help treat victims of the Chernobyl nuclear power facility accident. I had cabled Gorbachev a few days earlier, offering my assistance.