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Robert Leverence, MD, chief medical officer, UT Health Physicians, discussed the possible timetable for a vaccine and how the distribution would work. He also talked about how to stay safe during the holidays.
Alicia Logue, MD, colon and rectal cancer surgery specialist from the Mays Cancer Center, discussed the signs and symptoms of colorectal cancer.