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Leonard Gunderson, MD, on the Presidential Symposium Lecture on Upper and Lower GI Cancers

2015 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Leonard Gunderson, MD, of the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, discusses PET/CT imaging in upper and lower gastrointestinal cancers, which can be of value as a baseline study prior to treatment, in determining the degree of response to treatment, and in helping decide whether there is a relapse after a complete response to treatment.



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