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How much time is a fellowship that specializes in pediatric oncology/hematology?

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Dr. Joseph Torkildson
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology 39 years experience
Several years: The path to being certified in pediatric hematology/oncology after completing college is: medical school (4 years), pediatric residency (3 years), pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship (3 years). Some do additional years as a research fellow if interested in doing independent research in the field as well. Good luck!
Dr. Cindy Williams
Pediatrics 39 years experience
Heme/onc: 3 years, minimum, after pediatric residency.
Dr. Craig MacArthur
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology 34 years experience
3 years minimum: After completion of medical school, one normally completes a Pediatric residency (3 years) and then a pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship (3 years minimum). Additional time in fellowship training may occur, particularly if the individual desires a research career.

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