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Christopher C. Destephano, M.D., M.P.H., is a minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon. His research interests focus on cancer disparities and on improving the early recognition of cancer through innovative methods including risk assessment, patient education and novel biomarkers. He is interested in studying dissemination and implementation of interventions in delivery systems and communities with a focus on underserved populations and women's health.
As a minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon, Dr. Destephano is focused on gynecology in women without cancer. Through his research, he strives to improve access to women's health services that are acceptable, less invasive, and valid in identifying women at higher risk of cancer or in the early stages of cancer development. He also aims to eliminate disparities in life expectancy and health outcomes between different racial and socioeconomic groups in people diagnosed with cancer.
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