Big data in bladder cancer: I call B.S.!
5 monthes ago - By Healio
I recently returned from Portugal, where I participated in a superb meeting on genitourinary oncology organized by the amazing Prof. Fernando Calais da Silva, a wonderful clinician-educator and researcher who has contributed greatly to the EORTC and Portuguese urology, and to the broader world of international urology.
This was an educational update meeting for highly talented and experienced Portuguese and Spanish clinician-investigators, including some superb urologists, radiation oncologists, medical genitourinary oncologists and pathologists.
The quality of discussion was very high and
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