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Elizabeth Reed, MD, on Helping Providers in Rural Areas Meet the Needs of Younger Patients With Breast Cancer

NCCN 2020 Virtual Annual Conference

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Elizabeth Reed, MD, of the University of Nebraska Medical Center Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, talks about how she and her team sought to help rural oncology providers recognize and address the physical, psychosocial, and decision-making needs of young women with breast cancer by implementing clinical pathways and treatment guidelines (Abstract BPI20-014).



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