oncologist

[ UK /ɒnkˈɒləd‍ʒˌɪst/ ]
[ US /ɑŋˈkɑɫədʒɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a specialist in oncology
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How To Use oncologist In A Sentence

  • She was experiencing significant distress due to hot flashes and was referred by her oncologist for hypnotherapy.
  • A degree in radiobiology can be a stepping stone to a career as a radiation oncologist, or a researcher in cancer treatment, nuclear safety, genetic engineering, and other fields.
  • The patient in this case study underwent ablative surgery consisting of a radical hemipelvectomy carried out by an orthopaedic oncologist.
  • The patient was evaluated by the surgical oncologist who considered the mass to be unresectable.
  • Although your regular doctor may continue to be your personal physician, most often he or she will temporarily turn your treatment over to an oncologist or hematologist for active treatment.
  • Colleagues were sceptical, his oncologists incredulous.
  • The medical oncologist and radiotherapist should arrange the appropriate delivery of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
  • If successful, a commercially available drug could be part of the oncologist's armoury inside five years.
  • We did Chi Gong, went in for peritoneal taps every 10 days (extracting from his stomach cavity 5 to 6 liters of ascites fluid buildup each time), meditated, kept a healer busy 20 to 30 hours a week, interviewed oncologists looking for specific chemotropic agents to knock out his tumors, took saunas, and maintained a very positive state of mind. Dal LaMagna: My Friend, Derek Lamb
  • It would be an excellent addition to the libraries of hematologists, oncologists, and hematopathologists.
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