KEEPING UP WITH THE KOLs: Breast tumor localization
This article was originally published in Clinica
Key opinion leaders are fundamental in the early adoption of new technologies, be they innovations from big corporates or early stage ventures. In this new interview series, KOLs discuss their experience with a specific new technology and provide insight on where there might be more opportunity for innovation. The spotlight in this first article is on Dr Charles Cox, director of the Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program at the University of South Florida in Tampa and an innovator in breast tumor localization techniques. He chats to Clinica about his experience with Cianna Medical’s SAVI SCOUT surgical guidance system and how it compares with current methods for surgical localization of non-palpable breast tumors
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