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Steven D. Leach, MD, on Pancreatic Cancer: Keynote Lecture

2018 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium

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Steven D. Leach, MD, of Dartmouth University’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center, discusses the personalized approach that GI cancers will require to make rational use of immunotherapy—including a subset of pancreatic cancers, which appear to be highly immunogenic and are associated with long-term survival.



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