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Action Radiotherapy Nov 7
- The first woman to win a Nobel Prize and whose groundbreaking research led to the development of . What an inspiration! Today we celebrate Marie and all of the incredible women working in radiotherapy!
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Nadine Housri, MD Nov 6
Happy birthday Marie Curie! Her discoveries led to the development of life-saving radiotherapy to treat cancer patients. Proud to carry on her legacy as a radiation oncologist.
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GlobalRadOnc Nov 7
To celebrate , I want to pay homage to the ones who came before me but whose stories are not often told. Dr. Ivy Brooks is the 1st black woman who completed a Rad Onc residency. She mentored many & I cannot fathom the obstacles she overcame. Thank you Dr. Brooks. 🙏🏿
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Dr. Carri Glide-Hurst Jan 9
In reviewing residency LORs for many apps, I was surprised to find so many of the “adjectives to avoid” being used to describe our . Some of them didn’t even make the list—like “shy” and “sweet”. Some pointers for next time. 👇🏻👇🏻
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Sandra Turner Nov 18
Proud of you ⁦⁩ “Bronwyn King named Melburnian of the Year” ⁩ ⁦
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Sandra Turner Nov 16
in Sri Lanka at ⁦⁩ Annual Academic Sessions today Loving the: 1. F:M participant ratio 2. gorgeous saris they assure me are daily work wear! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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MGH Cancer Center Nov 7
In honor of 's birthday, we celebrate the female rad oncs, medical physicists, dosimetrists, radiation therapists, nurses, & nurse practitioners who are treating cancer patients @ Mass General Cancer Center. Thank you to our amazing team of !
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Aileen Chen Nov 6
Honored to work with this amazing group of
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Radiotherapy4Life Nov 7
Today we’d like to say Happy Birthday to the legendary scientist, and double-Nobel Prize winner, Marie Curie, born 152 years ago . Marie’s groundbreaking work led to the development of radiotherapy!
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Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University Nov 7
In honor of Marie Curie's birthday today, we're celebrating our female physicians and residents for providing outstanding patient care, for continuing to improve therapies through research, and for training the next generation of .
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Shauna Campbell, DO Nov 7
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Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD Nov 25
Something for girls to wear when they do girl things. Like science!
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Sabrina Campelo Nov 6
It’s that time of year again. Here’s to celebrating our main scientist who made all of this possible. Happy international Day of Medical Physics!!!! Thanks Marie Curie 😘👩🏻‍🔬
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MCW Radiation Oncology Nov 7
Celebrating Day at ! Proud to be represented by this amazing group of women!
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ALKLungCancer Nov 7
We celebrate the discovery of radiotherapy, advances in medicine, and women. Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer of women since 1987 and that 65% of new lung cancer diagnosis are among never and former smokers. Women need to unite! Women of Lung Cancer!
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Medical Physics for World Benefit Nov 6
It is tomorrow! International Day of Medical Physics! Did you know Marie Curie tops a list of Women Who Changed the World?
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 7
Honored to serve as deputy chair and residency director for our department ; so privileged to work with these fabulous
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Valerie Powell Nov 7
Happy day and International day of to these two brilliantly lovely ladies! Proud to know you and celebrate the great work you do!
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Daniel Trifiletti Nov 7
is awesome! Proud to work alongside these to improve the lives of patients every single day! They are quite literally changing the world!
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American Brachy Nov 7
In honor of Marie Curie's birthday today, we would like to celebrate
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