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From the Physician's Perspective: The Human Side of Oncology

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Archived version of the May 18, 2002

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John P. Glees, MD, Cancer Consultant, Royal Marsden Hospital and St. George's Medical School, UK

Mario Dicato, MD, Professor of Medicine at the Luxembourg Medical Center; Head of the Research Laboratory for Cancer and Blood Disorders, Luxembourg

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James Metz, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology, University of Pennsylvania Medical School; Editor-in-Chief of OncoLink

Gregory Curt, MD, Clinical Director, National Cancer Institute

Robert Comis, MD, Group Chair, Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG); President, Board of Directors, the Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups, Inc.; Professor of Medicine and Director, MCP Hahnemann University Clinical Trials Research Center, Philadelphia

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