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Genevieve Chaput, MD, on Teaching Primary Care Providers About Survivorship

2018 Cancer Survivorship Symposium: Advancing Care and Research

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Genevieve Chaput, MD, of McGill University Health Centre, discusses an accredited workshop that increased primary care providers’ confidence and knowledge about cancer survivorship, which is key to supporting their growing role in post-treatment care (Abstract 20).



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