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Moving to Ft. Leonard Wood, MO area need an Oncology Specialist

Forums Ocular Melanoma Community Moving to Ft. Leonard Wood, MO area need an Oncology Specialist

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    dbrown77586
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     There is a good chance I will be moving from Nevada to Missouri within the year and looking for an Oncology Specialist and Ocularist.

    I was diagnosed with Ocular Melanoma in May 2016, had encluation in July 2016 and tomorrow will be the 1 year anniversary I am cancer free!!  I have researched the Siteman Center and like what they offer patients and family.  I am very fortunate right now with having a great medical team in the North California and Nevada areas, Dr. Kim and his team in San Francisco are awesome!

    I am still researching the area and looking for more resources that are available to me.  Thank you for your recommendations and support.

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