Chapter 25: Multi-Disciplinary Clinics in a Politicized Environment and a Review of Key MD Anderson People [Restricted]
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In this chapter, Dr. Freireich talks about the operation of multi-disciplinary clinics in a highly politicized environment and discusses his thoughts about key personnel and leaders at MD Anderson.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Building the Institution; Leadership; Portraits; Professional Practice; Growth and/or Change; Obstacles, Challenges; Institutional Politics; Controversy; Understanding the Institution; Critical Perspectives on MD Anderson; MD Anderson History; Understanding Cancer, the History of Science, Cancer Research; The History of Health Care, Patient Care
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History of Science, Technology, and Medicine | Oncology | Oral History
Freireich, Emil J. M.D. and Brunet, Lesley W., "Chapter 25: Multi-Disciplinary Clinics in a Politicized Environment and a Review of Key MD Anderson People [Restricted]" (2001). Interview Chapters. 173.