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Daniel F. Hayes, MD, ASCO President 2016–2017, on His Goals for the Coming Year

2016 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Newly elected ASCO President Daniel F. Hayes, MD, of the University of Michigan Health System Comprehensive Cancer Center, talks about his vision for the society during his tenure.



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