Dr. Raina Ferzoco Joins Minnesota Oncology

Minnesota Oncology is pleased to announce the association of Raina Ferzoco, M.D. with the practice of Medical Oncology and Hematology at the Maplewood Cancer Center beginning October 17, 2016.{image_1}

“I believe in patient-centered, evidence-based, compassionate care,” Dr. Ferzoco says. “I do my best to provide the best and latest treatment options to my patients while ensuring that their care is personalized and holistic. “

Dr. Ferzoco is a Stanford University dean’s list graduate who received her medical degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville, Fla. She completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center/Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C. and a fellowship in Hematology and Medical Oncology at Mayo Graduate School of Medicine in Rochester, Minn.

Dr. Ferzoco specializes in the treatment of breast cancer, lymphomas, and lung cancer. She has presented her research at the American Society of Clinical Oncology and European Hematology Association, and she received the Best Clinical Research Poster recognition from the American College of Physicians. She has published scholarly articles on the optimal delivery of male breast cancer follow-up care as well as the treatment of young breast cancer patients, among other topics.

Dr. Ferzoco lives in North Oaks with her husband, their young twins, and two Goldendoodles. In her free time, she enjoys good food, good fiction, and spending time exploring the outdoors with her family.

Meet Dr. Ferzoco on Thursday, October 20, as she answers questions and shares her breast cancer expertise during a Breast Cancer Awareness Month Facebook Live Event starting at 3:30 CST p.m. on Minnesota Oncology’s Facebook page.




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