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Program of Cancer Fellowships and Residencies.—The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute provides facilities and equipment for therapy and research in the field of malignant diseases for qualified applicants seeking training and research opportunities in oncology: 80,000 ft. of space devoted to research, clinics equipped to handle 100 new patients and 200 revisits daily, a cobalt-60 irradiator and betatron, and radioactive isotope facilities. Fellowships and residencies are under the auspices of The University of Texas Postgraduate School of Medicine. Participation in fundamental cancer research under able guidance, as well as a broad program of education in the Texas Medical Center, is offered in the following divisions:
Malignant Diseases (Rotating)
For further information and application forms write to Grant Taylor, M.D., Office of
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