Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go: 1-on-1 with Dr. Michael Randell: New ACS Guidelines for Cervical Cancer

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The latest episode of Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go sits down with Michael D. Randell, MD, FACOG, to discuss the latest updates to cervical cancer screening guidelines by the American Cancer Society.

In this week’s episode of “Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go,” CancerNetworkspeaks with Michael D. Randell, MD, FACOG, of OBGYN Atlanta, to learn more about the new cervical cancer screening guidelines released by the American Cancer Society. In the interview, Randell expresses his concerns with the updated guidelines, and details what he recommends to patients.

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