Service with understanding and compassion is my goal in providing care to cancer patients. Advances in cancer care are remarkable and all patients deserve access to the best care with reassurance everything possible is being done for recovery and cure.
Dr. Longo attended medical school at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and then Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic before training in Hematology and Oncology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was at UW-Madison when they did their first bone marrow transplant .Now at the Medical College of Wisconsin, he is able to continue clinical transplants and participate in innovative cellular therapies.
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Education & Training
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Omaha - Doctor of Medicine - (1977)
University of Wisconsin - Madison - Fellowship in Oncology - (1984-1986)
University of Wisconsin - Madison - Fellowship in Hematology - (1982-1984)
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine - Rochester - MN - Residency in Internal Medicine - (1977-1980)
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