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Nadine Housri, MD, on Online Tumor Boards: A New Resource for Practicing Oncologists

2019 Quality Care Symposium

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Nadine Housri, MD, of the Yale School of Medicine, talks about a new paradigm in sharing knowledge from tumor board discussions at NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers, with community oncologists on themednet.org. Currently, thoracic, breast, and GI cancers are included, with plans to expand the scope (Abstract 272).



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