What is a medical oncologist?

Answer A medical oncologist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with cancer. In most cases, the medical oncologist will be the main health-care provider for a cancer patient.TreatmentAn... Read More »

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How long does it take to become a medical oncologist?

Medical oncologists typically complete between 11 to 16 years of post-high school education, which can be broken up into undergraduate school (four years), medical school (four years), residency (t... Read More »

Does HIPAA protect the right to access medical records even if the medical bill has not been paid In other words can a medical provider deny access to your own medical records if you owe money?

HIPAA allows patient access to their own medical record, with very few exceptions. Failure to pay the bill is NOT one of those exceptions.Added: HIPAA restricts and prevents the dissemination of yo... Read More »

What do oncologist do?

An oncologist is a doctor who is qualified in the treatment of cancer. He/She must be fully trained in the various types of cancer and the best treatment for each. An oncologist may also specialize... Read More »

What is an oncologist?

An oncologist is a doctor who specializes in the treatment of cancer. Some oncologists practice in hospitals while others may do research for universities.TypesMedical oncologists use chemotherapy ... Read More »