Find a ROS1 Physician
ROS1+ cancer is not a common cancer, and treatment options are evolving quickly. Many physicians may find they are not familiar with the most current treatment options. If a patient or a physician has questions about the next step in treating ROS1+ cancer, they might want to consult one of the physicians listed here. All have treated ROS1+ cancer patients. In addition, they have :
participated in research on ROS1+ cancer (ROS1 Clinician-Researchers), or
consulted with ROS1 Clinician-Researchers about treating ROS1+ cancer patients (ROS1 Clinicians).
ROS1 Clinician-Researchers have participated in ROS1 research and will have the most current information about ROS1+ cancer treatment options, acquired resistance, and clinical trials. Patients who are seeking to learn the best evidence-based options for treatment of their ROS1+ cancer can arrange for an in-person second opinion with these physicians; we've indicated those who also offer remote second opinions to patients. Physicians who need more information about best practices in treating ROS1+ cancer can contact these physicians by email to arrange for a peer consult.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
University Hospital of Cologne,
Center for Integrated Oncology Köln Bonn
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