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Dr. Devon Webster

Medical Oncology
Portland, OR
22 years experience female

Locations

Devon Webster MD

Portland, OR

Address

5432 SW Vermont St, Portland, OR, United States
Directions

My office hours

Wednesday: Closed
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Insurances accepted

Aetna

Providence Health Plans

Cigna

UnumProvident

About

Bio

Dr. Devon Webster is a medical oncologist in Portland, Oregon and a breast cancer survivor. She received her MD from Stanford University and her fellowship training from the University of Washington. Dr. Webster has received many awards for teaching, advocacy, and humanism in medicine. She received a Young Investigator Award for research on developing vaccines to treat cancer. Dr. Webster is a frequent speaker known for making complex cancer information understandable to everyone. She is also known as a tireless and compassionate advocate for her patients. Dr. Webster's practice provides honest, evidence-based cancer treatment and consultation which is completely independent and unbiased. She makes no money from chemotherapy, radiation therapy, medications, labs, imaging, or referrals.

Specialties
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Medical Oncology

Hematology and Oncology

Palliative Care

Licenses

United States: Oregon, Oregon, Washington

Doctor Q&A

1.1K Answers
720 Agrees
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A member asked:
Dr. Devon Webster
Medical Oncology 22 years experience
Anti-histamines help: I agree with Dr. Fowler. If you're unsure, you can try an allergy medication like an anti-histamine over-the-counter. If your symptoms improve, it's not Covid 19!
A 17-year-old female asked:
Dr. Devon Webster
Medical Oncology 22 years experience
Iron deficiency!: You aren't crazy! You probably have iron deficiency. People with iron deficiency develop "pica", which is a craving for eating dirt, sand, chalk, ice, etc. You are biologically driven by a craving that leads people to eat dirt as a way to increase their iron. So don't feel bad. Call your doctor and get tested for iron deficiency. Once your iron levels go up, the weird craving will go away!
A 40-year-old female asked:
Dr. Devon Webster
Medical Oncology 22 years experience
Great question!: I have to assume you did not have a brachial thrombosis prior to the angiogram, and there must have been some reason they did the test in the first place-- that is, they suspected you had PAD. And PAD looks different on angiogram than a thrombosis. But the angiogram probably did contribute to your thrombosis! You don't need high cholesterol to get PAD. Repeated trauma can cause it as well.
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Testimonials
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Thank you notes
Dec 31, 2011
Dr. Webster writes the type of answers to questions that I wish I would have written myself.
Apr 23, 2013
Dr. Webster has helped me to take care of patients with metastatic disease to the brain.
Dr. Dave Burns
Mar 29, 2014
Dr. Devon enjoys helping and teaching her patients-Dave
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thank you so much, she recently went to the doctor they did a physical,but it seems the more she complains with the doctor they just give her pain medicine and thats all. it doesnt even help her she c...Read More
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Thank you, your answer was very helpful! Thank you very much! I am looking into counseling and a mild anti anxiety pill. I am hoping it helps because I hate living in constant fear!
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This was very helpful. Thanks! Destruction indeed. The surgeon never acknowledged this. I lost 50% of my cardiovascular capacity ! It was totally successful - sinus rhythm normal.

Education & Training

Medical/Graduate school

Stanford University School of Medicine, CA
Graduated 1999MD

Medical/Graduate school

Stanford University School of Medicine, CA
Graduated 1999MD

Residency

Oregon Health & Sciences University
Completed 2002

Awards

June 2010- Susan G. Komen for the Cure, SW Washington/Portland Chapter, Survivor of the Year Award
June 2006- ASCO Foundation Young Investigator Award
June 2006- ASCO Foundation Merit Award
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