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Personalized treatment and medical expertise are provided under the direction of board-certified Radiation Oncologist Thinh Phan, M.D., who specializes in radiation therapy cancer treatment and coordinates your cancer care with your primary physicians and other oncology specialists.

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Board certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR), Dr. Phan completed a fellowship at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and served his residency at University of California-Irvine/City of Hope Cancer Center. He has presented at numerous national oncology meetings and has been published in several distinguished medical journals.

Interview with Dr. Phan

 

1. Why did you choose this profession?

Oncology has always been a passion for me, but that passion grew when I was in high school and was granted a research internship at MDACC. While understanding the fundamentals of Oncology, I also deeply enjoy taking care of our patients. I truly strive to help find new treatments for cancer.

2. What is your training and medical background?

I am board-certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR), and I completed my fellowship at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. I served my residency at University of California-Irvine/City of Hope Cancer Center. I have also had the privilege of presenting at numerous national oncology meetings as well as being published in several distinguished medical journals.

3. How does Precision Cancer Center compare to other world famous institutions? How does it differ?

Precision Cancer Center is much like other world famous institutions in that we have all of the same top of the line equipment and technology, but what is so special about our center is that we offer all of these same services in a more intimate and comforting atmosphere. Our priority is care, not only for the patient but for the family as well.

4. It has often been said that you spend a lot of time with each of your patients. Why do you feel that is important?

At Precision Cancer Center we understand that this can be a very stressful time for the patients and their families. Issues or questions regarding things such as finances, transportation to treatment, coping, and caring for a loved one with cancer are just a few of the things we are happy to assist in. To ease some of the stress that patients encounter, I make sure that myself as well as my staff are available to address any questions or concerns that they may have. We don’t just treat cancer we treat the whole person.

5. Your profession is demanding with a lot of responsibility...what do you do in your free time?

When I have free time I enjoy spending it with my wife and children. My family is very important to me.

 

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