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Lori J. Wirth, MD, on Advanced Thyroid Carcinoma: Evolving Systemic Therapy Options

NCCN 2021 Virtual Annual Conference

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Lori J. Wirth, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, discusses the common molecular alterations across thyroid cancer subtypes; targeted treatments for BRAF V600E–mutant, NTRK–fusion positive, and RET–altered disease; and optimal therapies for patients with multiple types of thyroid cancer.



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