I'm a Board Certified Veterinary Oncologist living in Southern California. I've treated thousands of pets with cancer and have guided their owners through their own journeys. I'm glad you found me!
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This is a veterinarian who specializes in treating pets with cancer - a dog cancer expert. To become an oncologist, one must graduate from a 4-year veterinary school, complete a 1-year rotating internship (medicine, surgery, ER), many then complete a 1-year oncology internship, and finally a 3-year oncology residency. To become board-certified, the candidate must pass two board exams and publish original research in veterinary oncology.
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