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A Member-Built Home for the Gynecologic Oncology Community

The world’s premier organization for everyone who works to cure gynecologic cancers.

  • Over 2,000 members
  • Society for gynecologic oncologists, medical oncologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioner, patient advocates and more
  • Hub for patient care, education and advocacy
  • Center where professionals learn the latest news, research and practice recommendations, keep up with continuing education, develop new skills, make valuable contacts, advance their careers and provide better care to patients

SGO isn’t just an association; it’s a member-driven community of people working together to advance cancer care and improve the lives of millions. SGO is global, inclusive and dedicated to all its members.

The Foundation for Women’s Cancer

The Foundation for Women’s Cancer (FWC) is the official foundation of SGO dedicated to outreach, education, and is the fundraising arm of SGO. Our missions are tied together. FWC fuels what we do, and what we do powers FWC.

FWC’s work includes:

  • Being a source of information for patients, families, caregivers and survivors
  • Creating a hub for education and materials for oncology teams
  • Fostering a holistic approach to the health of those affected by gynecologic cancers
  • Empowering patient advocates and survivors to teach, inspire, and guide our efforts
  • Raising money to support the work of SGO

We’re a resource for patients, their families, caregivers and survivors. Through FWC, we provide compassionate, patient-centered education and advocate for women’s health.




Professional Development

The connections, support, mentoring and information you need to improve your talents, advance your career and better serve your patients.

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Upcoming Events

Jun 21, 2021

SGO Journal Club—Controversial Topics: How do I treat locally advanced endometrial cancer? Let me count the ways…

Register Now   When: Monday, June 21st, 2021 Time: 7:00 p.m. CT | 8:00 p.m. ET Approaching locally advanced endometrial cancer can be particularly challenging, given the multiple modalities of treatment (surgery, radiation, systemic therapies) and... More info
Jul 12, 2021

Save the Date: Complex Surgical Coding Webinar

On July 12, David Holtz, MD (pictured), will moderate a 90-minute webinar with fellow SGO members Sameer Sharma, MD and Kevin Schuler, MD to discuss coding for complex surgical cases including using modifiers. Case examples... More info
Jul 22 - Jul 24, 2021

NRG Oncology 2021 Semiannual Meeting

The NRG Oncology 2021 Semiannual Meeting is scheduled for July 22 – 24, 2021 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown in Philadelphia, PA. More info
Apr 28, 2021

Telehealth and Your Practice, Then, Now and Post-pandemic

Type: Coding Tools
Type: CodingTelemedicine
Mar 19, 2021

ACCME Conflict of Interest Mitigation

Type: SGO Policy
Type: Accreditation
Mar 15, 2021

Coding Q&A: Ovarian Cancer or Masses

Type: Coding Tools
Type: AppendectomyDebulkingDiagnosis CodesFallopian TubeHysterectomyLaparoscopyMultiple or Difficult ProceduresNode Biopsy/LymphadenectomyOmentectomyOmentumOvaryPeritoneumProceduresSalpingo-oophorectomySurgery
Jun 10, 2021

Call for Columns

Categories: News Releases
Jun 10, 2021

Select Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity Presentations at ASCO 2021

Categories: News Article
Jun 10, 2021

SGO Review Highlights New Changes to Outpatient Evaluation and Management Coding

Author(s): MD
Categories: News Article

What Being an SGO Member Means

Being a member of SGO means becoming a member of the premier organization dedicated to eradicating gynecologic cancers. Become engaged with your community, raise standards of practice and advance patient care. Membership benefits include:

  • Daily email briefings with the latest news related to gynecologic oncology
  • Timely clinical practice statements and recommendations
  • Thought-provoking articles published in the Gynecologic Oncology and Gynecologic Oncology Reports journals
  • Online education on the use of opioids, HIPEC and PARP inhibitors in gynecologic oncology
  • Networking at SGO meetings and year-round support through online communities and the SGO member directory

We get better together. We get stronger together. We move forward together.

Turnover Talks

Don’t have the time for long lectures? Turnover Talks are now available on SGO ConnectEdstay up to date on new data and hot topics between cases. These short summaries are eight to ten minutes long, made for the busy gyn onc. The first series of Turnover Talks will be distillations from the SGO 2020 Annual Meeting Webinars. Catch up on expert summaries of the latest research during your OR turnover.

Join SGO Today

What you get out of membership changes your patient’s lives. What you give from your membership changes the world. Join your community today.

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March 19-22, 2022

Virtual Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer

The SGO 2022 Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer is a comprehensive forum for the subspecialty of gynecologic oncology. Whether you’re a physician, surgeon, researcher, allied health professional or a student in the field, you can join us to make the connections that will boost your career, see what’s new in gynecologic oncology science and research, and learn the best practices and techniques that can take your patient care to the next level.

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