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David E. Gerber, MD, and James L. Mulshine, MD, on Bringing Genomic Discovery and Targeted Therapies to Early-Stage Lung Cancer

2015 ASCO Annual Meeting

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James L. Mulshine, MD, of Rush University Medical Center, and David E. Gerber, MD, of The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, discuss the ALCHEMIST trial, an NCI initiative to address the role of molecular testing and targeted therapies for earlier-stage lung disease (Abstract TPS7583).



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