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Appendectomy vs Antibiotics for Appendicitis-Early Results from the CODA trial

Date Fri, Nov 6
Time 1: 00 PM - 2: 00 PM
Location Online


This Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) NIH "Rethinking Clinical Trials" Grand Rounds features David R. Flum, MD, MPH, Professor, Surgery, Health Services, and Pharmacy, Associate Chair for Research, Department of Surgery at the University of Washington. Dr. Flum will discuss "Appendectomy vs Antibiotics for Appendicitis-Early Results from the CODA trial".


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