MEDICAL ONCOLOGY

 

Medical Oncologists are experts in providing systemic, or whole-body, therapy to treat cancers. This can be done with a variety of drugs delivered either by infusion or orally. Most people diagnosed with breast cancer will meet a medical oncologist after surgery but in some cases, systemic treatment will come before surgery. This will be assessed by your surgeon and medical oncologist as a team. Your medical oncologist will monitor your health for several years or longer, after diagnosis and treatment. 

 

THE TEAM

Mark Abate, MD
Ridley-Tree Cancer Center

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Gregg Newman, MD
Ridley-Tree Cancer Center

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Daniel Greenwald, MD
UCLA Oncology

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Mukul Gupta, MD
Ridley-Tree Cancer Center

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Frederic Kass, MD, JD
Ridley-Tree Cancer Center

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Alan Rosenblum, MD

 

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