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Everett E. Vokes, MD, on Controversies in Stage IIIA Disease

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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Everett E. Vokes, MD, of the University of Chicago, summarizes expert views on treating stage IIIA disease: decision-making in selecting patients for surgery; multiple-modality choices; and using induction chemotherapy (Abstract ED10).



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