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Throughout the course of your treatment you receive care from a team of doctors and specialists. They help you and your family understand the various phases of care and answer any questions you may have.
Your Einstein cancer team meets to discuss your progress and test results. They make recommendations and update your care plan to ensure your best outcome.
Medical oncologists administer chemotherapy or immunotherapy to fight and kill cancer cells.
William J. Tester, MD FACP
Radiation oncologists use targeted high energy beams to treat cancer.
Kenneth Zeitzer, MD, FACROAnudh Jain, MDAngelica Montesano, MD, FACRO
Surgeons remove cancer tissue from the body via biopsy or operation.
Doraid Jarrar, MDRobert Solit, MDStephan Whitenack, MD
Diagnostic radiologists offer advanced imaging techniques to get accurate diagnosis and cancer stage information.
Adam Guttentag, MDCharles Mulherne, MDWilliam Herring, MD
Pulmonologist are your first medical point of contact for lung cancer. They perform your initial assessment, test lung function, conduct bronchoscopy and obtain tissue samples.
Michael Lippman, MD
Pathologists specialize in the study and diagnosis of cancer through examination of organs, tissues, cells and bodily fluids.
Interventional radiologists biopsy and treat tumors using image-guided procedures or non-invasive removal (ablation).
Dosimetrists carefully calculate the dose of radiation that can best destroy the tumor while sparing normal tissue. They work with your doctor and the medical physicists to choose a treatment plan that is just right for you.
Nurses provide compassionate, patient-centered, medical care and emotional support.
Patient navigators guide you through the process of cancer care. They help you with paperwork, make appointments and coordinate all elements of care in collaboration with the rest of your Einstein team.
Social workers offer emotional support and are an ongoing resource to answer questions, address concerns and offer advice. They can help you find out about financial assistance, community resources, or how to speak with young children about cancer.
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