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Evan M. Graboyes, MD, MPH, on Decreasing Delays in Adjuvant Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer

2024 Multidisciplinary Head and Neck Cancers Symposium

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Evan M. Graboyes, MD, MPH, of the Medical University of South Carolina, discusses the results of the NDURE study, which explored the delays in starting postoperative radiation therapy in patients with head and neck cancer and ways to improve the timeliness and equity of treatment. Delays in this therapy are associated with higher recurrence and poorer survival in this population (Abstract LBA2).



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