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Mihir M. Kamdar, MD, on Managing Cancer-Related Pain With Artificial Intelligence

2018 Palliative and Supportive Care in Oncology Symposium

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Mihir M. Kamdar, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses study findings on a smartphone app called ePAL, which significantly reduces pain and pain-related hospital admissions by combining patient-reported outcome data and artificial intelligence via a telemedicine platform (Abstract 76).



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