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Dr. Charles Geyer discusses the NSABP B-59/GBG 96-GeparDouze trial

Charles Geyer, MD, Associate Director of Clinical Research at the VCU Massey Cancer Center

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Charles Geyer, MD, Associate Director of Clinical Research at the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center and NSABP Principal Investigator discusses immunotherapy and checkpoint inhibitors for breast cancer studies including the NSABP B-59/GBG 96-GeparDouze clinical trial.

Peter Lucas, MD, discusses the use of correlative science post-clinical trials

Peter Lucas, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh and Director of Pathology at NSABP Foundation

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Peter Lucas, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh and Director of Pathology and Principal Investigator at NSABP Foundation discusses the use of correlative science post-clinical trial and why clinical trials are important. (Interviewed October 2017 at the NSABP Foundation Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL.)

Jame Abraham, MD, discusses the importance of patient participation in clinical trials

By Dr. Jame Abraham, Director, Breast Oncology Program, Taussig Cancer Institute, Cleveland Clinic

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Jame Abraham, MD, Director of the Breast Oncology Program at the Taussig Cancer Institute, Cleveland Clinic and a Principal Investigator with NSABP Foundation discusses his relationship with NSABP and the importance of patient participation in clinical trials research. (Interviewed October 2017 at the NSABP Foundation Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL.)

The Women in Breast Cancer Clinical Trials are the Real Heroes

Dr. Thomas Julian, Director of Breast Surgical Oncology, Allegheny Health Network

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Dr. Thomas Julian has always loved chemistry, and knew he wanted to pursue his passion at the University of Pittsburgh, just an hour’s drive from his hometown of New Castle, PA. When he enrolled as an undergraduate in the late 1960s, he wasn't completely sure of his career path. However, after living through his mother's medical struggles, he dedicated his career, and his life, to medicine and helping women.

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