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four images; one of Duke Cancer Center, one of Gretchen Kimmick, MD, on screen, one of Rebecca Shelby, PhD, on screen, and one of two women looking at computers screens
A new series from Medscape "Better with Age: Improving Breast Cancer Care in Older Adults" featuring Duke and UNC clinicians, launched in March and continues through this fall. So far three of four video episodes are available to watch. They are as follows: Episode 1: The Difference Age Makes || Episode 2: Front and Center || Episode 3: Tailoring Treatment || Episode 4: Upgrading the Assessment (coming soon). Series screenshots include: Gretchen Kimmick, MD (top right); Rebeca Shelby, PhD (bottom right); Gretchen Kimmick, MD, studies a breast image (bottom left, left); physical therapist Lisa Massa, CLT, PT, WCS (bottom left, right)
Three images of groups of people posing
THE GRADUATE Monica Bodd, MD, MTS, at her MD Graduation with Associate Dean for Student Affairs Aimee Chung, MD, her advisory dean (left); her primary Duke Surgery mentor DCI head & neck surgical oncologist Dan Rocke, MD (top right) and clinic staff; and with her proud parents on match day (bottom right).
U.S. map of 12 states
New Mexico, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina, make up the Southern Division of the National Cancer Institute Cooperative Human Tissue Network's Southern Division. Duke University is the headquarters of the Southern Division.