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The Research Evangelist

Dave Bjork
Life SciencesScience

The Greek meaning of evangelist is "bringing the good news" In this podcast, patient advocate and lung cancer survivor Dave Bjork brings the good news by serving up stories about the good people in life sciences who are doing amazing work in lung cancer research and care. He calls them “brilliant but not famous." But they are all well known and respected in their field among their peers. From academic researchers to lung cancer clinicians, hear about their work but also their personal stories and passions. Life science is full of really good people who care. Hear their stories.


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