Cancer in His Sights

In a series, the New York Times profiles the work of Keith Flaherty, an oncologist at the University of Pennsylvania, who has evangelized a targeted approach to treating cancer. The first part follows the highs and lows of clinical trials after Flaherty jumped headlong into testing drugs targeting B-RAF mutations in cancer.

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