Dallas Doctor To Lead American Cancer Society
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DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas doctor who survived cancer will serve as national president of the American Cancer Society.
Ceremonies were planned Thursday in Atlanta to induct Dr. W. Phil Evans, who’ll serve a one-year term.
Evans, who 15 years ago underwent kidney surgery for cancer, is director of the University of Texas Southwestern Center for Breast Care. He’s also a professor of radiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
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