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Alan Koffron, MD
Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgeon
Fear is always part of the cancer journey. Your best “treatment” to reduce fear is information. The more you ask, read, and discuss your medical situation, the more power you have over your problem and the fear that surrounds it. Like any journey, we need to know who we’re traveling with, the direction we’re heading, and why we may turn when facing a fork in the road.Read more… Read more member experiences…
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