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Ronald Go, MD, on Survival in NHL and Treatment Facility Volume

2015 ASH Annual Meeting

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Ronald Go, MD, of the Mayo Clinic, discusses a study that used the National Cancer Data Base to determine the extent to which the number of non-Hodgkin lymphoma patients treated annually in a facility affects overall survival (Abstract 266).



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