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What is the difference between a pediatric oncologist and a pediatric oncology nurse?

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Dr. Thomas Rohde
34 years experience in General Practice
Training: The oncologist is a physician, the other a nurse. Difference is years and type of training.
Answered on Jan 23, 2015

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