Interventional Oncology in Private Practice (Part 2)
with Dr. Justin Lee and Dr. Christopher Beck
Interventional Radiologist Justin Lee tells us about his approach to treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), including how this has changed over his years in private practice. This is part two of a two part series.
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In this Episode
Dr. Justin Lee is a practicing interventional radiologist at Radiology Associates of Florida in Tampa, FL.
Host Dr. Chris Beck is a practicing interventional radiologist with Regional Radiology Group in New Orleans.
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In this episode, Dr. Justin Lee joins Dr. Christopher Beck to discuss hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and interventional oncology in private practice. Dr. Lee tells us how he frames his HCC patients and works with medical oncologists for treatment plans and procedures.
We talk about the importance of IR bringing cases to the tumor board, the evolution of cases involving ablation, and why Dr. Lee started moving towards radioembolization (Y90). We review how to approach HCC cases while working with medical oncologists.
We examine the differences between using resin and glass for radioembolization and when they should be used. Dr. Lee shares why IR should start looking into arterial drug delivery for immunotherapies.
NEJM: Atezolizumab plus Bevacizumab in Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma
This paper, mentioned by Dr. Lee, discusses the third phase of an HCC trial.
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