Oncology requires you to diagnose and treat a variety of cancers in your patients. In our eyes this is heroic work helping families in these difficult situations. On a daily basis your exams include conducting biopsies, endoscopy, x-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ultrasounds and blood tests among other diagnostic tools. What would the affect be on your medical practice if you suffered an injury or became ill and could no longer perform your normal physician duties?
In our eyes oncology is heroic work helping families in difficult situations.
What if you developed coronary heart disease which resulted in your inability to stay on your feet for any length of time? Or what if you were in an accident while skiing and suffered a crushed vertebrate? You may be unable to perform your duties as an Oncologist or have them severely limited.
When a disability occurs to a physician specializing in Oncology, we do understand the impact it places on you personally and your family.
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