Don S. Dizon is Professor of Medicine at Brown University, the Director of the Breast and Pelvic Malignancies Program and Hematology-Oncology Outpatient Clinics at Lifespan Cancer Institute, Director of Medical Oncology and the Oncology Sexual Health First Responders Clinic at Rhode Island Hospital.
In this month's blog, Don Dizon talks with his colleague Idalina Colburn about her role as a nurse navigator, and how her experience living with metastatic breast cancer impacts her relationship with her patients.
Families are integral in the course of a patient's cancer treatment. In this month's blog, Don Dizon and Shaalan Beg discuss what happens when the family asks that the cancer diagnosis not be disclosed to the patient.
In this month's blog post, Don Dizon and Susannah Koontz discuss the evolution in her career as a pediatric clinical pharmacy specialist, the passions that initially drew her to the work, and that now drive her new role as a consultant.