SPOTLIGHT: U.S. faces major oncologist shortage

U.S. faces major oncologist shortage
As the number of patients surviving cancer grows and the population ages, it's begun to look like a major oncologist shortage is on the way. A new study is predicting that there will be a 48 percent increase in cancer incidence and an 81 percent increase in people living with or surviving cancer by the year 2030--but that oncologist capacity will only increase by 14 percent during the same period. Article

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