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Dr. Duma is an Assistant Professor and Thoracic Oncologist at @UWcarbone and Former Chief Fellow @MayoClinic in Rochester, Minnesota. In addition to her dedication to her patients as a provider, Dr. Duma is committed to her research and advocacy in diversity and inclusion. She was recognized as the 2018 resident of the year by the National Hispanic Medical Association.

Cancer Basics for the Latino Community - What is Lung Cancer Screening?
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Narjust (N.J.) Duma, MD, GRACE Faculty
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GRACE is excited to bring to our Spanish speaking community - Cancer Basics


Dr. Duma is an Assistant Professor and Thoracic Oncologist at @UWcarbone, University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, and Former Chief Fellow @MayoClinic in Rochester, Minnesota. We are pleased to present more information for the Latino community on cancer basics.

In this video Dr. Duma speaks with Dr. Maria Daniela Martin, Assistant Professor of Thoracic Imaging with the Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.  The Drs. discuss the basics of lung cancer screening. 


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