Dr. Raj Bendre, a radiation oncologist at the Tallahassee Memorial Cancer Center, was studying cellular biology at Columbia University when he decided to switch tracks and pursue a medical degree.
“I was in a Ph.D. program, and I worked with some leukemia patients doing research on (them),” he said. “And I worked with a medical oncologist there, and I started becoming aware that maybe I want to work with patients rather than doing desktop research. So I dropped out of the Ph.D. program and we...
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