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Dr. Steven Yevich on the BackTable Podcast

Dr. Steven Yevich

Interventional Radiologist

Dr. Steven Yevich is a practicing Interventional Radiologist and Assistant Professor at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Yevich

Ep. 106

Treating Extraspinal Painful Bony Metastases

Dr. Steven Yevich from MD Anderson Cancer Center talks with us about his approach to Treatment and Management of Painful Extra-spinal Bony Metastases.

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