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Zeller, who is board-certified in otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery, is fellowship-trained in head and neck oncology and reconstructive surgery.
The medical system began targeting the most profitable departments, including neurosurgery, oncology, otolaryngology, pediatrics and surgery.
The company lowered 2020 targeted revenue from new hematology products, oncology products, and inflammation and immunology products.
Wilson was diagnosed last year as a sophomore and has already started his own fundraising efforts for oncology research.
That knowledge, says Dr. Ray Lin, the medical director of radiation oncology for Scripps Health and Beaumonte’s radiation oncologist, allowed the medical team to tailor specific chemotherapy, surgery and radiation treatments to her.
This is why pharma companies have piled into oncology over the past decade.
That area is cancer immunotherapy—or, immuno-oncology, or just plain I-O, as it’s sometimes called.
MD Anderson Cancer Center currently hires everyone from entry level to the very experienced level in oncology nursing.
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