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How long does a pediatric oncology doctor have to go to school for?

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Dr. James Ball
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Long time.

The years of school after high school: college, 4 years.
Medical school, 4 years. Pediatric residency, 3-4 years. Peds oncology fellowship 3-5 years. Not including high school, this is 14-17 years.

In brief: Long time.

The years of school after high school: college, 4 years.
Medical school, 4 years. Pediatric residency, 3-4 years. Peds oncology fellowship 3-5 years. Not including high school, this is 14-17 years.
Dr. James Ball
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Dr. Craig MacArthur
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: 14 yr after grade 12

After high school, college for 4 years, then medical school for 4 years, then pediatric residency for 3 years, and finally pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship for 3 years.
Added up, that is 14 years after high school.

In brief: 14 yr after grade 12

After high school, college for 4 years, then medical school for 4 years, then pediatric residency for 3 years, and finally pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship for 3 years.
Added up, that is 14 years after high school.
Dr. Craig MacArthur
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In brief: See below:

High school. College.
Medical school. Residency. Fellowship: total averages approximately 26-27 years/.

In brief: See below:

High school. College.
Medical school. Residency. Fellowship: total averages approximately 26-27 years/.
Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
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