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Public Health research assistant professor discusses cancer survivorship care, WVU Medicine ‘Tuesday Talks’ | School of Public Health

More than 70 percent of individuals with cancer will survive and go on to live their remaining lifespan cancer free. Even for those with advanced cancer, today’s treatments lead to a longer life. But many will experience long term effects and limitations long after their cancer treatment is completed.

Dr. Nicole Stout, research assistant professor in the WVU School of Public Health’s Department of Health Policy, Management and Leadership and WVU Cancer Institute, discusses the Cancer Institute’s Survivorship Program with host of WVU Medicine Tuesday Talks. 

Watch the interview below and read more here

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