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Coronavirus in Context: An Oncologist Outlines What Cancer Patients Should Know

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By John Whyte, MD, MPHBoard-certified internistMarch 30, 2020

WebMD's Chief Medical Officer, John Whyte, MD, MPH, talks with Dr. Richard Schilsky, MD, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, American Society of Clinical Oncology.

In this series, WebMD's Chief Medical Officer interviews the nation’s top experts to get answers for the big coronavirus questions that are top of mind for all of us.

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John Whyte, MD, MPH

John Whyte, MD, MPH, is a board-certified internist and the Chief Medical Officer at WebMD, where he leads efforts to develop and expand strategic partnerships that create meaningful change around important and timely public health issues. As a popular health writer, he has been published extensively both in medical and mainstream publications.

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