The multidisciplinary team of physicians at St. Louis Children's Hospital's pediatric brain tumor program allows each patient to be seen in one clinic visit by an entire rotation of specialists customized to their unique care needs. Dr. Josh Rubin, co-director of the program, explains how it works, and why it's the most effective way to treat brain tumors in children.
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