The authors would like to acknowledge all members of the IR-Tox team who contributed to the care of the patients included in this manuscript, and those who referred patients to this pilot program. We extend special thanks to the team members who were not included as co-authors but contributed to the development of this manuscript: Jennifer Mammen, MD; Inbal Sander MD; Joanna Melia, MD; Lyle Ostrow, MD, PhD; Meghan Berkenstock, MD; Alan Baer, MD; Lonny Yarmus, DO; Patricia Brothers, BSN; Anna Ferguson, BSN; Maureen Berg, BSN; Dung T. Le, MD; Kristen A. Marrone, MD; Leisha A. Emens, MD, PhD; William J. Sharfman, MD; and Elizabeth M. Jaffee, MD, PhD.
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