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Câncer em Pets (Reimagine o Câncer #12)

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Câncer em Pets (Reimagine o Câncer #12)

Queridos ouvintes, sejam bem-vindos ao décimo segundo episódio do Reimagine o Câncer, uma parceria do Portal Deviante com a Novartis. Neste episódio conversamos sobre o Câncer em Cães e Gatos!

Venha reimaginar conosco esse assunto tão complexo e fascinante.

 


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Produção Geral: Juliana Vilela, Marlyni Zens e  Tarik Fernandes.

Host: Tarik Fernandes

 Equipe de Pauta/Gravação: Flavia Ward e Bruno Saito

Convidado especial: Dr. Bruno Roque, médico veterinário, doutor em Oncologia – Hospital AC Camargo São Paulo.

Edição: TalknCast

Imagem de Capa: Google Imagens


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Site e Contado Dr. Bruno Roque

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