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Case Based Panel Discussions: Lung Cancer
Featuring Ibiayi Dagogo-Jack MD, Joshua Reuss MD, Natalie Vokes MD, and Kathryn Arbour MD, this unique video program features leading oncologists discussing the best approaches to treatment for real-life lung cancer cases.
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Ibiayi Dagogo-Jack, MD, Guest Faculty
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Case Based Panel Discussions 2022

Drs. Ibiayi Dagogo-Jack, Joshua Reuss, Natalie Vokes, and Kathryn Arbour discuss three hypothetical cases of suspected cancer, from staging to treatment options, with the goal of giving an insider look into the diagnostic side of lung cancer.

 

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