¿What is a Pediatric Oncologist?
A pediatric oncologist is the specialist in pediatrics, who in addition to taking 3 years to become a pediatrician, completed a subspecialty in Oncology for 2 years.
Doctors in charge of the diagnosis and treatment of malignant and benign tumors that appear from childhood to adolescence.
Leukemias, lymphomas and tumors that originate in the brain, muscle and bone, among others.
Graduated from the Autonomous University of Nayarit
Pediatrics specialty at Centro Medico Nacional de Occidente, Guadalajara, Jalisco
Subspecialty in Pediatric Oncology
Training in Advanced Neonatal Resuscitation and Advanced Life Support in Pediatrics (PALS) endorsed by the Secretary of Health and the College of Pediatrics of Jalisco
Certified by the Mexican Council of Oncology and by the Mexican Council of Pediatrics.