Shalom Kalnicki, Expert

Oncologist Shalom Kalnicki is chairman of radiation oncology at Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. A specialist in IMRT (intensity modulated radiation therapy), Dr. Kalnicki's recent research shows that new advancements in IMRT are proving far superior to standard radiation procedures in safeguarding the healthy tissues surrounding cancerous tumors, and thus improving patient care.

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