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Timothy Gilligan, MD, is a Medical Oncologist at Cleveland Clinic's main campus in Cleveland, Ohio. He is board-certified in medical oncology and specializes in cancers of the testicles, bladder, prostate and kidneys as well as in problems related to cancer survivorship. Dr. Gilligan is co-Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Excellence in Healthcare Communication where he teaches communication skills, trains others to teach communication skills and provides physician coaching. He serves as Program Director of the Cleveland Clinic's Hematology-Oncology Fellowship and medical director of the inpatient solid tumor oncology service. Dr. Gilligan has published numerous original scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, has written dozens of review articles and book chapters and has given dozens of lectures on genitourinary cancers and biomedical ethics. He has written and edited treatment guidelines and cancer-information summaries for national and international organizations, including the National Cancer Institute, the American Society of Clinical Oncology and UpToDate.
Testicular cancer, bladder cancer, prostate cancer, kidney cancer, germ cell tumors, cancer survivorship, health disparities, prostate cancer in black men, health education, seminomas
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