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Huntsman Translational Scholars: Deborah Stephens, DO

HCI established The Society of Huntsman Translational Scholars to recognize excellence in the discipline of translational science. Deborah Stephens, DO, was recently honored with a Huntsman Translational Scholar award. She is the physician leader of the Hematology Clinical Trials at Huntsman Cancer Institute and is also an Assistant Professor in the Division of Hematology and Hematologic Malignancies at the University of Utah.

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Talks with Docs: Alvin Kwok, MD, MPH

Alvin Kwok, MD, MPH, is a breast reconstruction surgeon who returned to Utah to join the Huntsman Cancer Institute team. He shares with us how breast reconstruction can help patients' outlook on their cancer journey. We also find out what delicious activities he's up to on his days off.

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