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Special Fellowship in Medical Neoplasia.
—Memorial Center is a training center affiliated with Cornell University Medical College. Specializing in cancer and allied diseases, it participates actively in teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels. It has a fully approved residency program in internal medicine and, in addition, offers special fellowships for study to a limited number of graduate physicians.
Scope and Purposes:
To offer the physicians trained in internal medicine the opportunities available at Memorial Center to study the natural history, diagnosis, complications, pathogenesis and pathologic physiology, pathology, and treatment of cancer, with particular emphasis on the leukemias, lymphomas, and allied diseases.
To undertake an active, supervised, clinical investigation of interest to the service and the fellow in the field of medical neoplasia (nonsurgical cancer and palliative therapy of patients with malignant tumors).
Outline of Activities of the Fellow:
The clinical or clinical and laboratory study of an approved or assigned
News and Comment. Arch Intern Med. 1960;106(2):311–312. doi:10.1001/archinte.1960.03820020151034
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