Kunle Odunsi: 50 years from now disparities—and metastatic disease—will be gone

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On Monday, March 1, Adekunle “Kunle” Odunsi will become the director of the University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center—and the second Black director of an NCI-designated cancer center.

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Director, VCU Massey Cancer Center; Senior associate dean for cancer innovation, VCU School of Medicine; Professor, Division of Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University
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