Yes, specializing in medicine takes years and years of education, but it's worth it, says Dr. Rassekh, a pediatric oncologist and researcher. "Take the time to find out where you want to be." Presented by Dr. Rod Rassekh, Investigator, Michael Cuccione Childhood Cancer Research Program, BC Children's Hospital; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, UBC. (2013)
While chemotherapy and radiation are essential treatments for overcoming medulloblastoma , finding new ways to treat the disease more effectively could lessen the later-in-life impacts of treatment and ensure more children survive.
A team that includes Dr. Poul Sorensen, an investigator with the Michael Cuccione Childhood Cancer Research Program at BC Children's Hospital, has won an award from the American Association for Cancer Research
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