Lee Schwartzberg tells us how three practices banded together to adapt to today’s cancer care and data revolution

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Community oncology needs to adapt to the era of precision oncology and Big Data, said Lee Schwartzberg, executive director of Memphis-based West Cancer Center, who was recently named chief medical officer of OneOncology, a partnership between three oncology practices located in Tennessee and New York.

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