Dr. Samir Khleif on The Means Report

Dr. Samir N. Khleif with Brad Means

Dr. Khleif was recently televised on The Means Report in an interview with WJBF’s Brad Means.   In the 30-minute segment, Georgian and former President Jimmy Carter’s melanoma was discussed, as well as GRU Cancer Center’s recently received donations, planned expansion, and ongoing research, clinical trial, and community programs. Mr. Means described the GRU Cancer Center as “one of the nation’s hot spots when it comes to research and treatment.”

“It’s ok right now to give the population of the CSRA permission to view Georgia Regents [University Cancer Center] as a cancer treatment and research destination – to think of it as our MD Anderson, isn’t it…It’s that time.” “That’s absolutely the case,” replied Dr. Khleif.

To see the interview online, visit http://wjbf.com/2015/08/24/how-former-president-jimmy-carters-cancer-diagnosis-serves-as-a-lesson/

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