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Thomas J. Lynch, Jr, MD, on Personalized Care and Radiation Oncology in Lung Cancer

2016 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Thomas J. Lynch, Jr, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital, summarizes his keynote lecture on whether we are any closer to curing lung cancer with targeted treatments. (Keynote Address 2)



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