CancerNetwork® spoke with Albert H. Kim, MD, PhD, about a new Brain Tumor Center at Siteman, for which he is the inaugural director.
For the latest installment of the Inside the Practice segment of the Medical World News® broadcast, CancerNetwork® spoke with Albert H. Kim, MD, PhD, of the Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital, about the newly established Brain Tumor Center at the Siteman Cancer Center. The center will bring together multidisciplinary specialists in neurosurgery, medicine, radiation oncology, pathology, immunology, otolaryngology, and endocrinology to conduct cutting-edge research
In the interview, Kim talked about a new neuroscience building on the medical campus that will eventually house the center as well as 100 or so laboratories for clinical research.
The center also offers some leading-edge treatment techniques, like proton beam therapy for malignancies in adult and pediatric patients, that may offer options not yet available at other institutions.
This segment comes from the CancerNetwork® portion of the MJH Life Sciences™ Medical World News®, airing daily on all MJH Life Sciences™ channels.