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Anil D'Cruz, MD, on Elective Neck Dissection in Node-Negative Early Oral Cancer

2015 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Anil D’Cruz, MD, of Tata Memorial Hospital, discusses results from his study that seem to resolve a 50-year-long debate on performing elective neck dissection at the time of primary surgery––a potentially practice-changing finding (Abstract LBA3).



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