Kansas City-area physicians are seeking results by pooling resources
Through a collaboration between the University of Kansas Hospital and the Kansas City Cancer Center, physicians are seeking better results for patients and for fewer area residents to go out of town for treatments. The collaboration allows a group of blood and marrow transplant physicians to pool resources and do more research.The program's five physicians also perform transplants on outpatients at KU Hospital's Westwood campus, while inpatients receive transplants at the hospital's main campus in Kansas City, KS.
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