"Me in my office. I love plants and nature, so I’m trying to have a small piece of it in my office. The pictures on the wall are cover images of our papers and awards I got. The dinosaur collects all the medals of the runs/races I did (like The Boston Marathon in 2006 and Spartan Race in 2015)."
Dr. Hurlbert attended the ABC3 Consensus Conference last week in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference, spearheaded by several BCRF grantees, brought nearly 1,200 physicians, scientists and patient advocates from around the globe together to debate and discuss newly published data on metastatic breast cancer (MBC) clinical trials, drug developments and diagnostics.
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