Posts Tagged: cancer care

Bob Riter

Don’t be an Obnoxious Patient

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I sometimes hear people say that the best way to get good health care is to be obnoxious. By this, they mean that you should demand that the doctor see you immediately, or that you should demand that your needs be met first. Let me give you some advice: Don’t be obnoxious. It always works…



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I wish u knew… the role of cancer biology and genetics in cancer

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Dr. Rebbeck talks about the role of cancer biology and genetics in cancer research and applying that to clinical care.



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I wish u knew… providing care at the end of life is a privilege

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As an oncologist, Dr. Giantonio provides care for many patients at the end of life, which he describes as a privilege and rewarding.