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Estelamari Rodriguez, MD, MPH

Associate Director for Community Outreach

Thoracic Oncology Division

Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Spanish Lung Cancer Video Library - Rodriguez - Proton Therapy for Locally Advanced NSCLC
Spanish Lung Cancer Video Library - Rodriguiez - Uso de Radiacion con Protons en Cancer de Pulmon
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We are pleased to offer more additions to our Lung Cancer Video Library for our Spanish speaking community.

Para las adiciones más recientes a nuestra Videoteca sobre el cáncer de pulmón, producidas en español para nuestra comunidad latina, la Dra. Estelamari Rodríguez nos brinda la información más reciente en el cuidado del cáncer de pulmón. En este video, el Dr. Rodríguez nos actualiza sobre la terapia de protones para el NSCLC localmente avanzado.

Para unirse a la conversación, visite https://cancergrace.org/forum.

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For the newest additions to our Lung Cancer Video Library, produced in Spanish for our Latino Community, Dr. Estelamari Rodriguez provides us with the latest information in lung cancer care. In this video, Dr. Rodriguez updates us on proton therapy for locally advanced NSCLC.

 

To join the conversation, visit https://cancergrace.org/forum.

 

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