This wrap-up edition of the 2019 Annual Meeting Digital Daily includes articles on the six Science Highlights sessions, which featured the top research in gastrointestinal, genitourinary, central nervous system, hematologic, palliative and breast cancers. Also in this issue: Claiming your CE credits, accessing the Virtual Meeting and a preview of next year's Annual Meeting in Miami Beach.

Science Highlights – GI Discussant Salma Jabbour, MD, of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, summarized four top abstracts highlighting research in GI cancers, as chosen by ASTRO’s Annual Meeting Scientific Committee.
Science Highlights - GU Discussant Gerard Morton, MD, presented summaries of papers answering some of the most pressing questions in the treatment of prostate and bladder cancer.
Science Highlights – CNS Discussant Helen Shih, MD, MS, MPH, FASTRO, summarized top abstracts from the Central Nervous System track. These abstracts were also presented in other sessions throughout the Annual Meeting.
Science Highlights – Hematologic Discussant George Mikhaeel, MD, lead consultant for clinical oncology at Guy’s Cancer Centre, London, reviewed five impactful papers representing three key topics in hematology.
Science Highlights – Palliative Care Discussant Tracy A. Balboni, MD, MPH, summarized four top abstracts related to the broader category of palliative care as chosen by ASTRO’s Annual Meeting Scientific Committee.
Science Highlights – Breast Discussant Julia Wong, MD, of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute reviewed four papers demonstrating the urgency of evaluating toxicity and quality of life impacts on breast cancer patients.