​Medical Oncology

The medical oncology residency program provides comprehensive experience in the field of solid tumors and hematological malignancies.  A comprehensive teaching ground is available for the residency program in medical oncology.  Trainee residents in medical oncology are responsible for giving quality care to the patients admitted to the hospital, in clinics and while receiving chemotherapy, directly under faculty supervision. They are encouraged to treat patients independently, especially in their senior years.  They have separate rotations in hematology, pediatric oncology, radiation oncology, radiology, infectious diseases and dedicated time for research. A specific schedule for each trainee is given at the beginning of each year.​

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