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Advancements in Science and Cancer Care Research Announced at the US Oncology Research 17th Annual Science Forum - Dr. Alex Spira

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October 08, 2018
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More than 200 leading cancer researchers gathered to discuss the future of cancer care –

Alex Spira, M.D., PhD, F.A.C.P. comments on this impactful meeting.

See the Press Release here: USOR_Science_Forum_2018_Press Release

 

“Coming together for the Forum also allows providers an opportunity to recognize the dedicated researchers who are
improving lives of cancer patients and their families every day,” said Alex Spira, MD, PhD, FACP, chair of the US
Oncology Research Executive Council, co-chair of the US Oncology Research Thoracic Oncology Committee, and
oncologist at Virginia Cancer Specialists. “We were able to honor many achievements at this year’s event, including
those outstanding investigators and sites responsible for enrolling the most clinical trial patients among their peers
across the U.S.”

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