Dr. Kim Chi profiled in BC Cancer Foundation's Partners in Discovery Magazine

Date Posted: 
2015-03-12

The Future of Prostate Cancer Care: How Dr. Kim Chi translates research into care is the cover story of the Spring 2015 issue of BC Cancer Foundation's Partners in Discovery Magazine.  

Dr. Chi holds the positions of Associate Director, Clinical Research and a Senior Research Scientist at the Vancouver Prostate Centre, and Medical Oncologist, Medical Director - Clinical Trials Unit and Chair - Genitourinary Systemic Group at the BC Cancer Agency.

Click here to read the article (3 page PDF, 1.8 MB, opens in new window).

To read the entire Spring 2015 issue of Partners in Discovery magazine, click here (opens in new window).

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