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Guneet Walia, PhD, on Central Issues in Lung Cancer Care

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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Guneet Walia, PhD, of the Lung Cancer Foundation, summarizes some key presentations: bridging the quality chasm, patients’ attitudes and physicians’ perceptions on maintenance therapy, and patient advocacy.



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