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The free facilities serve tens of thousands of people with cancer and caregivers each year.
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“I felt any small contribution I might make for sarcoma patients could have a huge impact on them and the way the disease is treated.”
The approval will not only benefit current patients, but will also spur more research into the biology of other rare tumors.
I got the sense that he values trying to balance avoiding over-treatment versus quality of life versus knowing when to step in and act.
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