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It is becoming increasingly apparent that the internist is in a position to fill a valuable role on Tumor Boards or in Tumor Clinics. In some institutions a qualified internist will already be available. In others interested internists may be available, but as yet not fully qualified in the treatment of malignant disease. Provisions for a place on the Tumor Board of such a qualified individual and encouragement of the interest of internists should be made.
1. In instances where a Tumor Board exists a qualified internist should be a member of
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THE ROLE OF THE INTERNIST IN AN ACCREDITED TUMOR CLINIC. Ann Intern Med. 1959;51:lxxix–xcv. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-51-4-lxxix
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