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In the latest episode of Lung Cancer Considered, three experts in thoracic oncology from around the world discuss and share their stories and experience about diversity and equity in medicine. This episode features a conversation between Dr. Narjust Duma, assistant professor of medicine - thoracic oncology at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center; Dr. Jhanelle Gray, chair of the department of thoracic oncology and program co-leader for chemical biology and molecular medicine at the Moffitt Cancer Center; and Dr. Clarissa Mathias, Brazilian Society of Medical Oncology president, IASLC Board Member, Chair of the ASCO International Committee and Medical Oncologist at Grupo Oncoclinicas.

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Narjust Duma
Dr. Narjust Duma

MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Thoracic Oncologist
University of Wisconsin
Jhanelle Gray
Jhanelle E. Gray, MD
Chair of the Department of Thoracic Oncology and Program Co-Leader for Chemical Biology and Molecular Medicine
Moffitt Cancer Center
Clarissa Mathias
Dr. Clarissa Mathias
Brazilian Society of Medical Oncology President, IASLC Board Member, Chair of the ASCO International Committee and Medical Oncologist
Grupo Oncoclinicas

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