Emil Frei Dies

Emil Frei, an oncologist who worked at the National Cancer Institute, the MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, has died, the New York Times reports. He was 89. The Times notes that, in the mid-1950s, Frei was among the first to promote the use of combination chemotherapy.

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