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Allison Magnuson, DO, on Older Patients With Breast Cancer: A New Tool to Help Guide Treatment Decisions

2018 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

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Allison Magnuson, DO, of the University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital, discusses the development of a chemotherapy toxicity risk score that is associated with dose reduction as well as reduced respiratory distress and fewer hospitalizations (Abstract GS6-04).



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