ASCO: Antibodies Slow Progress of Advanced Cancer (CME/CE)
02, 2013 Estimated time for completion 15.00 minutes There is no fee for this activity.
To Receive CME Credit In order to receive your certificate of participation, you should read the information about this activity, including the disclosure statements, review the entire activity, correctly answer all the questions in the post-test, and complete the evaluation form.
Program Overview Among the many issues clinicians face today, staying current with advances in medicine is becoming a major challenge.
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