Dr. Evans advocates a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care that balances clinical response with maintenance of the best possible quality...Read More
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Graduated in 1983
Completed in 1984
Completed in 1988
Completed in 1990
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Dr. Evans advocates a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care that balances clinical response with maintenance of the best possible quality of life for his patients. He places strong emphasis on actively involving patients in their treatment plans and encourages the enrollment of patients into clinical trials especially those which involve emerging therapies based upon our improved understanding of molecular medicine. For more information about the MCW Surgery Department/ please go to:http://www.mcw.edu/surgery.htm. For selected publications of Dr. Evans/ please go to: http://www.froedtert.com/evanspringer/ 2004.