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Telling Patients They Have Cancer

A hematology and an oncology physician at Optimum Oncology Hematology Associates, Matthew Taub, MD, leverages more than 20 years of medical experience to treat benign and malignant disorders in patients. 321 more words

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FDA Approves New Combination Therapy for Adult Leukemia

A recipient of the Best Fellow award during his fellowship at St. Vincent’s Medical Center, respected hematologic oncologist Dr. Matthew Taub is involved in the local medical community. 161 more words

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The American Society of Hematology Education Roadmap

A board-certified oncologist with more than 20 years of experience, Matthew Taub, MD, practices at Optimum Oncology Hematology Associates in Pembroke Pines, Florida. An active participant in the professional community, Dr. 134 more words

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ASCO Highlights Recent Cancer Treatment Advances

Dr. Matthew Taub, a board-certified physician specializing in internal medicine, hematology, and oncology, possesses more than 20 years of clinical experience. In addition to his work on several medical committees, Dr. 124 more words

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Three Factors That Increase the Risk of Anemia

Pembroke Pines, Florida-based physician Dr. Matthew Taub has more than two decades of experience treating blood-related disorders and cancers at Optimum Oncology Hematology Associates. At the clinic, Dr. 162 more words

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Biomarker Predicts How Prostate Cancer Will Respond to Chemotherapy

Compassionate physician Dr. Matthew Taub has been working in the hematology and oncology field for more than two decades. A physician at Optimum Oncology Hematology Associates in Florida, he has treated several benign and malignant disorders over the course of his career. 195 more words

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FDA Approves First Therapy for Newly Diagnosed PTCLs

Trained at New York Medical College and the now-dissolved University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Dr. Matthew Taub is a board-certified oncologist based in Florida. 161 more words

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