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What H1N1 and Seasonal Flu Mean for Cancer Patients – CNL
Roy Chemaly, M.D., associate professor in Infectious Disease at MD Anderson, has been on the front lines preparing for this flu season and developing strategies to reduce risk among cancer patients who have vulnerable immune systems. Dr. Chemaly discusses what cancer patients can do to lower their risk.
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Title: What H1N1 and Seasonal Flu Mean for Cancer Patients – CNL
Summary: Roy Chemaly, M.D., associate professor in Infectious Disease at MD Anderson, has been on the front lines preparing for this flu season and developing strategies to reduce risk among cancer patients who have vulnerable immune systems. Dr. Chemaly discusses what cancer patients can do to lower their risk.
Keywords: h1n1, swine flu, seasional, cancer, patient, risk, vaccine, Roy Chemaly, Infectious Disease, md anderson
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