SOURCE: Illinois Cancer Care
Dr. Francois Geoffroy, medical and neuro-oncologist with Illinois CancerCare, recently completed a one-year neuro-oncology fellowship at Duke University Medical Center.
Peoria, IL (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Dr. Francois Geoffroy, medical and neuro-oncologist with Illinois CancerCare, recently completed a one-year neuro-oncology fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. Duke University Medical Center is one of only a few training programs in the country that offer a dedicated fellowship in pediatric and adult neuro-oncology. Dr. Geoffroy is the only oncologist-hematologist outside of the Chicago and St. Louis markets to have completed this fellowship program. Completion of this fellowship allows Dr. Geoffroy to bring the latest knowledge in the treatment of brain tumors back to central Illinois.
About Illinois CancerCare:
I llinois CancerCare, P.C. is a comprehensive practice treating patients with cancer and blood diseases. The focus is to provide state-of-the-art treatments for its patients in the fight against these diseases while staying on the leading edge of breakthrough research and medicines. Illinois CancerCare is central Illinois’ largest network of cancer care specialists with 90-120 open clinical cancer research trials being conducted at any given time. Currently Illinois CancerCare has 17 physicians, more than 230 staff members and 13 clinic locations throughout central and western Illinois.
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