Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go: Current Treatments in Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma


Robert Stuver, MD, and Zachary D. Epstein-Peterson, MD, spoke with CancerNetwork® about a review article on the treatment of peripheral T-cell lymphoma published in the journal ONCOLOGY®.

Robert Stuver, MD, and Zachary D. Epstein-Peterson, MD, both of the Lymphoma Service in the Department of Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, spoke with CancerNetwork® about their review published in the journal ONCOLOGY® titled Current Treatment of Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma.

In the article, Stuver and Epstein-Peterson explored current approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral T-cell lymphoma and novel emerging strategies clinicians who are practicing in the community should be aware of.

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