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Dr. Dennis Citrin

Our patient-empowered approach to treating cancer fits well with Dr. Dennis Citrin’s philosophy. He says there is no question that cancer risk is tied directly to genetics and lifestyle. He agrees that our program promoting exercise and proper nutrition is beneficial to patients in treatment, as well as in prevention of cancer.

Dr. Citrin joined CTCA in 2004 with more than three decades of oncology experience. He was Director of Inpatient Oncology and assistant professor of medicine at the University of California in San Diego. He then served as associate professor of medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City before joining the faculty of Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago as an associate professor of medicine in 1982. He also served as Medical Director for a year at Mt. Sinai Hospital North in Chicago.

Board certified, Dr. Citrin received his medical training at the University of Glasgow in Glasgow, Scotland. He also completed an oncology fellowship program at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Dr. Dennis Citrin


Dennis Citrin, MD, PhD Medical Oncologist

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