NCCN guidelines may not be best management of HPV+ patients after treatment #hncs16

NCCN guidelines may not be best management of HPV+ patients after treatment #hncs16

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Jessica M. Frakes, MD of Moffitt Cancer Center discusses why NCCN guidelines may not be best management of HPV+ patients after treatment at ASTRO Head and Neck Symposium 2016.
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