Developed in consultation with medical oncologists
and professional organisations across Europe, endorsed by all medical oncology societies in Europe, it represents a consensus view of the medical oncologist
's place in the treatment of cancer.
When asked which physician they would prefer to discuss AD with if it were necessary, 48% indicated their oncologist
--but only 7% of the patients actually had this discussion with their oncologist
1) The editorialist, an oncologist
from Australia, described an example of apparently unscrupulous behavior by an apparent charlatan, and then took the liberty of inappropriately attempting to define alternative medicine by this example.
is a medical specialist who is interested in diagnosing and treating cancers of almost any kind.
Hurria, a geriatrician and oncologist
focusing on the care of these patients, and Cohen, a geriatrician and oncologist
at Duke U.
monitored Steve with blood tests to include cancer markers and a full body CT scan every month for any cancer development that might resurface.
We're very confident" that celecoxib prevents polyps, says oncologist
To have a fellowship-trained surgical oncologist
who specializes in breast and soft tissue, a fellowship-trained mammographer who has a state-of-the-art digital mammography machine, a university faculty-level pathologist with expertise in breast and cytopathology, and experienced fellowship-trained medical oncologists
- working together as a team.
Q Why should I see a gynecologic oncologist
if I have gyn cancer?
Caroline Humber has been appointed as consultant clinical oncologist
, joining a team of eight other clinical oncologist
and two palliative care consultants.
Misidentification could hamper treatment--an oncologist
who doesn't realize a tumor is aggressive, for example, might treat it too conservatively, allowing it to spread.
, concerned about cardiac symptoms, orders tests.