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  • noun Plural form of oncologist.

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  • If possible, a good place to seek a second opinion is a research-oriented academic center or a hospital in a large city, where treatments are usually decided by a team of cancer experts, called oncologists.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • If possible, a good place to seek a second opinion is a research-oriented academic center or a hospital in a large city, where treatments are usually decided by a team of cancer experts, called oncologists.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • If possible, a good place to seek a second opinion is a research-oriented academic center or a hospital in a large city, where treatments are usually decided by a team of cancer experts, called oncologists.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • If possible, a good place to seek a second opinion is a research-oriented academic center or a hospital in a large city, where treatments are usually decided by a team of cancer experts, called oncologists.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • Cancer experts in the United States have also sought in recent years to spread the word among oncologists that light exercise, in many cases, should be encouraged.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "It is simply unacceptable for GPs to be receiving important letters more than two years after their patients have been referred to oncologists, without anyone even checking whether the patients in question are still alive," she said.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Meanwhile, some specialists such as oncologists (who are permitted to personally profit from the sale of cancer drugs), surgeons, dermatologists, and others, are still making out just fine.

    Robert Kuttner: Faint Praise

  • - Fail to provide access to necessary specialists, such as oncologists and cardiologists;

    Administration On Working For Patient Bill Of Rights

  • No access to necessary specialists, such as oncologists and cardiologists;

    Radio Address Paper On Patients Bill Of Rights

  • For example, it does not have an adequate enforcement mechanism to ensure that patients are compensated when they are injured or die as a result of a health plan's decisions; it does not assure patients access to specialists, such as oncologists or heart specialists; and it leaves out continuity of care protections.

    Statement By The President On Patients Rights Legislation

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