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Fabrice Denis, MD, PhD, on Lung Cancer: Improving OS With an App (French Language Version)

2016 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Fabrice Denis, MD, PhD, of the Institut Inter-regional de Cancérologie Jean Bernard, discusses findings from a phase III trial on an app used between visits for early detection of symptomatic relapse and complications in high-risk lung cancer patients (Abstract LBA9006).

  To see the English language version of this discussion, click here.



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