How Oncologists and Pathologists Can Best Collaborate to Provide Precision Medicine for Their Patients

Video Library - 2018 ASCO Insights, Video
David Spigel, MD
Dr David Spigel discusses how medical oncologists and the rest of the cancer care team can best communicate with pathologists to help make informed treatment decisions for individual patients and set up new assays for emerging biomarkers as they are discovered.
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