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Linda Bosserman, MD, FACP received her medical degree at Stanford University. Upon completion of internship and residency training at Stanford University Hospital, she traveled to Boston, Massachusetts for oncology fellowships and faculty appointments at Harvard Medical School, Dana-Faber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Women's health care, cancer prevention, screening, treatment and quality of life after cancer are Dr. Bosserman's primary areas of interest. While Medical Director of the Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center in Pomona California, she pioneered an integrated psychosocial oncology program and established the Breast Health Center for diagnostic services. She also directed the Comprehensive Breast Health Task Force, a multidisciplinary community coalition to evaluate and promote women's health for the diverse and multicultural residents of the Inland and Pomona Valleys.
Dr. Bosserman has served on the Board of Directors and chaired the Breast Health Committee of the California division of the American Cancer Society. She serves on the board of directors for the San Bernardino County California Medical Society and on the Public Issues Committee of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. She is an advisor to managed care organizations and on advisory boards for many major pharmaceutical companies for expanded access to quality oncology care. Dr. Bosserman lectures and writes for lay and professional audiences with a focus on breast cancer prevention, early detection, screening and treatment incorporating psychosocial oncology, cancer survivorship issues, clinical trials and patient advocacy. On behalf of Californians, she testified before the Department of Corporations promoting quality oncology care and access to new drug treatments and clinical research trials.
Dr. Bosserman has received numerous awards distinguishing her as a leader and advocate for women's health and as a clinical humanitarian. She actively participates in on-going clinical research trials, as principle investigator for the National Breast Cancer Prevention Trials and a founding member of the Community/UCLA Oncology Network. Heralded as a clinician who brings compassionate care, education and research to the community, she is an articulate advocate for women's health and accessible, comprehensive and community-based cancer care.