Authors Posts by Olga Ivanov, MD and Rakesh R. Patel, MD

Olga Ivanov, MD and Rakesh R. Patel, MD

Olga Ivanov, MD and Rakesh R. Patel, MD
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Olga Ivanov, MD (L) is a board-certified and fellowship-trained breast surgeon at Florida Breast Health Specialists and the Medical Director of the Comprehensive Breast Health Center at Florida Hospital Celebration Health. Her primary areas of specialty include accelerated partial breast irradiation, breast reconstruction, lumpectomy, mastectomy, ultrasound and stereotactic breast biopsies, gynecomastia management, Intraoperative Radiation Therapy (IORT), assessment of breast cancer risk factors, and genetic testing and counseling. She applies state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and techniques for detecting, staging and treating most forms of breast cancer, and for preventing it from recurring. A graduate of the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, she undertook her residency training in general surgery at Loyola University Medical Center followed by an advanced fellowship in breast surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Follow her @OlgaIvanovMD Rakesh R. Patel, MD (R) is a renown Radiation Oncologist in the Bay Area, California. He is a Past President of the American Brachytherapy Society and has given lectures around the world on targeted cancer therapy and breast cancer. He is a co-founder of _blank">TME (Targeted Medical Education), which leads several breast cancer physician education and research initiatives. Dr Patel has over 100 peer-reviewed publications and scientific presentations. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed a residency at University of Wisconsin Hospital in 2004. He currently leads the Breast Cancer program and Department of Radiation Oncology at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Gatos, CA. Follow him @DrRakeshPatel
An Innovative Treatment Option for Early-Stage Breast Cancer (Adobe Stock)

An Innovative Treatment Option for Early-Stage Breast Cancer

A new clinical study shows how intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT) can reduce radiation side effects and may save breast cancer patients $10,500 annually.
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