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Dr. Wolchok

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Linda/Kentucky
8/4/2010 5:35am
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Just wondering if anybody has any information on an oncologist at Sloans-Kettering hospital in New York?  Thanks

I can do ALL things through Christ who strengthens me! Phillipians 4:13

donaldg - (8/4/2010 - 8:26am)

I have been going to him for years. He is very good-and compassionate-caring.

donaldg

donaldg - (8/4/2010 - 8:26am)

I have been going to him for years. He is very good-and compassionate-caring.

donaldg

jag - (8/4/2010 - 11:32am)

Have been going to him for years.  Definitely saved my life.  (Don't hold that against him)

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wolkies - (8/4/2010 - 1:13pm)

Hi

He is not my doctor but I have seen him speak many times at melanoma conferences.  He is super bright and seems determined to find a solution. 

Sharon IIb NED 6 years

JenM - (8/4/2010 - 3:23pm)

He is not my doctor---I consulted with his colleague (Paul Chapman) a few times.  But I know of someone who sees Wolchok and she adores him.  She has commented that he is very nice and very smart.

I saw him speak several months ago at a melanoma  symposium and he did seem very nice and as someone posted above--determined to find an answer to this disease.  Great speaker as well--out of the panel of doctors he was my favorite---speaks to the middle of the crowd.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Jen