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I am the director of the Gastrointestinal Cancer Clinic, and we have a team of 25 physicians that we try to bring the best care, with most advanced technology and tools, in a kind of team approach in getting the patient to participate in every step of the care.
Technology has been essential to give us new tools and has made the treatment much easier. However, technology should not take away our humanitarian efforts.