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Local oncologist announces prostate clinical trial possibilities

Cathy Huber, clinical trial research nurse at Heartland Cancer Center, and Dr. Mark Fesen, medical oncologist, review patient information.

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Only 750 men will be chosen nationwide for a prostate cancer clinical trial and Dr. Mark Fesen wants local residents to be aware of the possibilities.
Dr. Fesen is a medical oncologist at Heartland Cancer Center, which is owned by St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center. He is one of the oncologists in central Kansas representing Salina-based Central Care Cancer Center.
Local access to clinical trials is available here because St. Rose is a member of the Midwest Cancer Alliance, the outreach arm of The University of Kansas Cancer Center.
The clinical trial is designed for men with high-risk prostate cancer ...

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