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Volume 24, Number 5, 2019

The surgical nature of radiation oncology should be better reflected in pre-residency training

Shearwood McClelland, Simon A. Brown, Marigdalia K. Ramirez-Fort, Jerry J. Jaboin, Richard C. Zellars

Summary:

Despite being a subspecialty composed almost entirely of physicians who pursued a form of internal medicine internship devoid of surgical background prior to starting residency, Radiation Oncology residency requires constant exposure to surgical thinking on a daily basis. Recent discussion has brought the issue of the value of surgical exposure in radiation oncology to the forefront, an aspect of radiation oncology which to date has failed to be adequately addressed.

Signature: Rep Pract Oncol Radiother, 2019; 24(5) : 507-508


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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/15071367/19/2