Act Against Cancer Radio Show, Episode 17: Bone Marrow Transplants

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FEB. 27, 2011: Tune into an interview with Cancer Center Member Lee Cranmer, MD, PhD.

Dr. Cranmer is a medical oncologist. He evaluates and treats patients with complicated and advanced forms of skin cancer, including metastatic melanoma. He also treats adult patients with bone and soft tissue sarcomas. His melanoma interests have led him to be interested in the multi-disciplinary management for patients with brain metastases (spread of cancerous tumors to the brain). Dr. Cranmer also practices general internal medicine, general hematology and inpatient adult bone marrow/stem cell transplant.

Dr. Cranmer came to the University of Arizona Cancer Center in 2001 to undertake advanced fellowship training in medical oncology. After completing his fellowship, Dr. Cranmer joined the faculty of the University of Arizona Cancer Center, where he remains today. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology.