Dr. Califano on the Role of Multidisciplinary Care for Head and Neck Cancer

Joseph A. Califano, MD
Published: Monday, Nov 27, 2017



Joseph A. Califano, MD, professor of surgery, University of California, San Diego, discusses the role of multidisciplinary care for patients with head and neck cancer.

According to Califano, a multidisciplinary team can work much more effectively when giving therapy. Additionally, surgery has rapidly evolved over the past years to treat patients with much fewer adverse events when given with certain treatments.


Joseph A. Califano, MD, professor of surgery, University of California, San Diego, discusses the role of multidisciplinary care for patients with head and neck cancer.

According to Califano, a multidisciplinary team can work much more effectively when giving therapy. Additionally, surgery has rapidly evolved over the past years to treat patients with much fewer adverse events when given with certain treatments.

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