Dr. Ruiz on the HIV-Oncology Clinic Program

Marco Ruiz, MD
Published: Thursday, Oct 26, 2017



Marco Ruiz, MD, associate physician, Moffitt Cancer Center, discusses HIV-Oncology Clinic at the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) National Oncology Conference.

The HIV-Oncology Clinic Program has been developed over the last several years, as a response to the unmet need to tackle issues relating to HIV-associated cancer.

A huge need has been identified in South Florida for HIV-care; however, the oncology care of these patients is not widespread, explains Ruiz.
 
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Marco Ruiz, MD, associate physician, Moffitt Cancer Center, discusses HIV-Oncology Clinic at the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) National Oncology Conference.

The HIV-Oncology Clinic Program has been developed over the last several years, as a response to the unmet need to tackle issues relating to HIV-associated cancer.

A huge need has been identified in South Florida for HIV-care; however, the oncology care of these patients is not widespread, explains Ruiz.
 



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