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Ravi Madan

Dr Ravi Madan

Associate Research Physician & Clinical Genitoury Malignancies Branch, National Cancer Institute

Dr. Madan is the clinical director of the Genitourinary Malignancies Branch. His clinical research is focused on immune stimulating therapies and prostate cancer. Specifically, Dr. Madan’s clinical trials are designed to develop a better understanding of how immune stimulating therapies can improve clinical outcomes and be combined with other therapies. In addition to investigating emerging therapeutics in all stages of prostate cancer, Dr. Madan is exploring immunotherapy treatment strategies in rare tumors such as medullary thyroid cancer.

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