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Duke professor helps produce new guidelines to treat cancer patients with HIV

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

The National Comprehensive Care Network is an alliance of 27 cancer centers that has created a guide of best practices for treating cancer. Its aim is to synthesize the evidence and practices available to make sure that all patients receive the best possible preventive, diagnostic, treatment and supportive services. Recently, Gita Suneja, associate professor of radiation oncology and global health at Duke, co-chaired the NCCN panel that produced a new set of guidelines for treating cancer in patients living with HIV.

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