Melanoma survivor Mary Jo Rogers talks about her treatment at Moffitt Cancer Center

author Moffitt Cancer Center   3 год. назад

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Mary Jo Rogers patient testimonial was shown at the 2015 Magnolia Ball. Video features Mary Jo Rogers and her story about surviving Stage 4 Melanoma with Dr. Jeffrey Weber as her physician.

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