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Southern Remedy Healthy & Fit | Lung Cancer Awareness

Host: Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Nurse Practitioner at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.


Topic:  Jonathan Hontzas, Nurse Practitioner, and Director of the Lung Cancer Screening Program, and Program Director of the ACT Center at the University of Mississippi Medical Center


Email: fit@mpbonline.org

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