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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 - Patient Interviews ~ Juanita Segura
Mon, 03/23/2020 - 20:46
Dr. Narjust Duma interviews Lung Cancer Survivor and Patient Advocate Juanita Segura
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Narjust (N.J.) Duma, MD, GRACE Faculty
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Narjust Duma, MD, Assistant Professor and Thoracic Oncologist at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center interviews Juanita Segura, lung cancer patient and advocate.

In this 3 part series, Dr. Duma interviews Juanita Segura about her journey as a lung cancer patient and advocate.

In part 1 Juanita shares her inspiring story from diagnosis to today, showing how her positivity and optimism powers her through.  In part 2 of this series Juanita discusses her treatment journey, and in the final part of this series, Juanita shares with us her message - she is still living.


 

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