Seeking a Second Opinion | Multidisciplinary Approach to Identifying Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

A Chinese patient initially diagnosed with lung cancer traveled to Johns Hopkins for a second opinion. Noticing inconsistencies in the patient’s scans, experts brought her case to the gastrointestinal tumor board. Working as a team, the experts deduced her condition was actually metastatic colorectal cancer and recommended a new, more targeted treatment plan.

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Jonathan Greer, MD.

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