Oncologists are physicians who study, diagnose, and treat cancerous tumors. They practice in hospitals and medical centers, university hospitals, and research organizations [study of cancer.] Gynecologic Oncology, Medical Oncology, Medical Oncology and Hematology, Pediatric Oncology and Hemotology, Radiation Oncology, and Surgical Oncology are all different types of studies through Oncology....Candidates must have graduated from an approved medical school and must have completed an ACGME or AOA accredited residency program. Graduate education in a specialty and, if the physician chooses, a subspecialty follows. For the examination part, after a satisfactory completion of graduate education in a specialty, physicians may apply for certification. Applicants must pass the certifying examination administered by the medical specialty board. If they go on to receive additional education and training in a subspecialty (e.g., pediatric oncology and hematology), they must complete the education and training requirements and then apply for certification and pass the examination administered by the medical specialty board.
If you are interested in working as a pediatric oncologist, or any kind of physician, you should major in biology in college. If your college has a pre-med major, you should choose that major.
To become an oncologist requires many years of training in medical school.
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It takes 13 years to become an oncologist
You certainly need an education/degree seeing how an oncologist is a doctor.
U need to be a self absorbed jaded jerk.
It takes 13 years to be a oncologist .
A person will need at least 6 years of education beyond the years of medical school, in order to become a pediatric oncologist. Oncologists help treat patients with cancer.
An oncologist needs to attend medical school after attending a four-year school. Pre-med is a good undergraduate major, if offered at the school you choose. Check with a high school guidance counselor, or college carreer counselor with more questions.
There are basically 3 types of oncologists. Medical oncologist Surgical oncologist and Radiation oncologist Training in the USA will take 4 years B degree, 4 years medical school and 5 years of residency. A state board license to practice as a registered oncologist is required following the many years of training.
A bachelor's degree, a 4-year medical degree, internship and residency in the specialized area.
It may take up to 13 years to become a radiation oncologist. This includes an undergraduate degree, medical school, and a residency program.
If you have a felony, you can become a doctor. I did not find specifically an Oncologist. It does depend on your state. You would have to research the laws about doctor's licenses.
There are two major benefits to becoming an oncologist. One is the fact that an oncologist assist people in a very difficult time in life. Also, oncologists often make a very high salary.
Nursing you need to major in nursing in order to become a nurse and work at a hospital.
To become a radiation oncologist, a recognized medical degree from an accredited medical school is needed such as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree, a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree, or a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS/MBChB) degree. After earning one of these medical degrees, residency training in radiation oncology must be completed and board certification examinations must be successfully passed to become a board-certified radiation oncologist.
You should see your family doctor first and he/she will make an appointment with an oncologist if you need one. Let's hope you don't!
your looking around 150,000 dollars.
An oncologist is a Medical Doctor with a Specialty rating. That will require a medical degree as a minimum. Specialization requirements vary from specialty to specialty.