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Why choose medical oncology? Trainee perspective

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Published: 23.10.17
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Dr Shanthini Crusz, Dr Sarah Duncan, Dr Steve Kihara, Dr Anna Olsson-Brown, Dr Jonathan Lim, Dr Emily Goode, Dr Edward Armstrong

Dr Shanthini Crusz (Barts Cancer Institute, London, UK), Dr Sarah Duncan (Royal Free Hospital, London, UK), Dr Steve Kihara (Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK), Dr Anna Olsson-Brown (The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre & The University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK), Dr Jonathan Lim (The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK), Dr Emily Goode (Royal Marsden and ICR, London, UK) and Dr Edward Armstrong (Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK) spoke with ecancer at the ACP immunotherapy workshop about personal, professional and patient-led experiences that led them to choose specialising in medical oncology.

They share their highlights of working in the field, and offer advice for any junior doctors who are currently considering pursuing oncology.

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