Oncologist - Westchester, NY
When you find out that you or a loved one has cancer, so many thoughts and fears run through your mind. While getting treated at Westchester Oncology and Hematology won't erase all your fears, at least you can have confidence that you've chosen the right oncologist. Dr. Tauseef Ahmed, one of the founders of Westchester Oncology and Hematology is an experienced and caring physician who offers his best to ever single patient.
Dr. Tauseef Ahmed has comprehensive experience in the field, and has special interests in the management of Hodgkin's and non-Hodgkin's lymphomas, stem cell transplantation, genitourinary and breast cancers. He has devised and developed many treatment methods and techniques that are now considered standards of care including the M-VAC regimen for bladder cancer, peripheral stem cell technology applications, cryopreservation techniques, tandem and non-myeloablative transplant conditioning regimens for hematologic malignancies and selected solid tumors.
Westchester Oncology and Hematology Group can also help with:
- Hodgkin's Disease
- Bone Marrow Transplants
- Stem Cell Transplants
Dr. Ahmed co-founded and heads the Westchester Oncology Hematology Group. He chairs the Westchester Medical Center's Cancer Committee and serves as oncology advisor for patient care improvement initiatives there and in many other hospitals throughout Westchester. Westchester Oncology and Hematology Group (WOHG) is a completely board-certified medical center. It has been treating cancer patients for 25 years at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, which is New York Medical College's university hospital. Patients come from around the world to receive treatment from WOHG.
Dr. Ahmed's knowledge, skill, experience and compassion can make all the difference to your cancer treatment. You can't go wrong in choosing this noted oncologist. Call him today at his office in Westchester and find out what he can do for you.
- Alcohol Consumption Linked to Higher Cancer Risk
- Cancer Death Rates Make Significant Declines
- Cancer Recurrence Risk Greater for Colon Cancer Patients Who Eat Too Many Starchy Foods
- Handling Kidney Cancer With One Tiny Incision
- Obesity and Cancer Risk
- Ovarian Cancer Patients See New Hope for Treatment
- Protect Yourself against Cancer with Five Autumn Foods
- Smoking and AMD
- Summer Sun Safety Tips
- The Cancer Death Rate Decline Has Doubled