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Margaret Kranyak, MD, has been on Staff at Cleveland Clinic since 1994. She serves as Division Chief of Radiation Oncology at the Moll Pavilion, Fairview Hospital. She serves on various hospital committees, and chairs the Breast Cancer Tumor Conference and the Oncology Process Improvement Committee. Dr. Kranyak's primary interest are prostate and breast cancer, but she treats all types of cancer except for pediatric, and is considered a Generalist in Radiation Oncology. Dr. Kranyak has recently initiated a new support program for men entitled "For Men Only" which will hopefully continue to grow.
The Moll Pavilion boasts the latest technology in external beam radiation therapy, and offers state-of-the-art treatment for the majority of patients. Special procedures such as Gamma Knife are referred to Cleveland Clinic's main campus.
Radiation oncology for prostate cancer, brachytherapy for prostate cancer, breast cancer,pallative medicine, psychosocial aspects of cancer care
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