Forty years ago, two young UT Southwestern physician/scientists began groundbreaking work that would ultimately lead to lifesaving drugs for heart disease and earn the pair the Nobel Prize. Follow the story from Dallas to Stockholm … and back to UTSW.
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"Surgical oncology faculty and residents meet to review challenging gastrointestinal cancer cases, including the corresponding radiologic images and the oncologic principles behind relevant management decisions." John C. Mansour, MD, moderator.
"Patient review." and "Case presentations."
Stuart Spechler, MD "Barrett's Esophagus."
"Develop comprehensive plans for care in complex melanoma cancer patients. Identify clinical trials that would be appropriate for melanoma cancer patients. Incorporate multidisciplinary aspects in the care of melanoma cancer patients." Rohit Sharma, MD, moderator.
"Multidisciplinary conference where patients with primary hepatic tumors are discussed and treatment plans derived." Adam Yopp, MD, and Amit Singal, MD, moderators.
UT Southwestern is about more than its hospitals, clinics, and classrooms. It's about the people–who they are, what they do, and how they contribute to the future of medicine, today.