What is Medical Oncology?
Medical oncology is a subspecialty where doctors are trained to treat cancers with various different medications. Medical oncologists advise and formulate their patient’s treatment plans, often in coordination with other professionals such as radiation oncologists, surgeons, and other specialists. Medical oncology training also includes methods of surveillance, genetic testing, and prevention of cancer. Their mission is to advise you on all of your options and help you proceed with the best option for you.
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