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Staging, Treatment Sequencing, and Personalized Medicine for Localized Pancreatic Cancer: the Medical College of Wisconsin Experience

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Staging, Treatment Sequencing, and Personalized Medicine for Localized Pancreatic Cancer: the Medical College of Wisconsin 

Dr. Evans discusses and presents recent data on the unique challenges of pancreatic cancer, the importance of separating diagnosis and treatment with accurate staging before treatment and implementing a multi-disciplinary team approach.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
6:00pm CDT 

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ENDO-538801-AA April 2018  

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