Leonard Lichtenfeld

Deputy Chief Medical Officer, American Cancer Society

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Deputy Chief Medical Officer of the American Cancer Society, he blogs at Dr. Len’s Cancer Blog

Leonard Lichtenfeld on KCRW

The annual meeting of the  American Society of Clinical Oncology  brings together the latest on cancer research and treatment.  Patients and their families pray for news of a…

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The annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology brings together the latest on cancer research and treatment.  Patients and their families pray for news of a…

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Five years ago, cancer researchers were predicting "miracle treatments" — even vaccines -- based on the billions being spent on genetics.

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Five years ago, cancer researchers were predicting "miracle treatments" — even vaccines -- based on the billions being spent on genetics.

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