From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - View original article
Tumor board review is a treatment planning approach in which a number of doctors who are experts in different medical specialties review and discuss the medical condition and treatment options of a patient. In cancer treatment, a tumor board review may include that of a medical oncologist (who provides cancer treatment with drugs), a surgical oncologist (who provides cancer treatment with surgery), and a radiation oncologist (who provides cancer treatment with radiation). Also called a multidisciplinary opinion.
additional references: 1) Cancer.Net ASCO Expert Corner: The Role of a Tumor Board in Cancer Treatment, Anthony F. Provenzano MD
|This oncology article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|