When my uncle was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2005, I came face-to-face with the disease as a family member. I hope to communicate with the thousands of individuals who are newly diagnosed or living with the disease to address their unique issues."
Indranil Mallick, MD, DNB, is a former writer for Verywell Health covering lymphoma. He is a radiation oncologist at Tata Medical Center in Kolkata, India, and was a clinical research fellow in radiation oncology at a large cancer hospital in North America. He has more than five years of experience in treating patients with lymphomas. His research has been published in several medical journals, including the Journal of Radiation Oncology.
Dr. Mallick received his primary medical degree (MBBS) at Medical College, Kolkata, India. He did his postgraduate specialization (MD) in Radiation Oncology at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, India. He was awarded the Kataria Memorial Gold Medal for his postgraduate work. He also holds the DNB (Radiation Oncology) degree under the National Board of Examinations, India.
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