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Dr. Adedayo Onitilo A.

Hematologist and Oncologist

Marshfield Clinic Inc

Direct Phone: (715) ***-****       

Email: o***@***.org

Marshfield Clinic Inc

1000 North Oak Ave.

Marshfield, Wisconsin 54449

United States

Company Description

Marshfield Clinic, founded by six physicians in 1916 in Marshfield, Wisconsin, is the largest private group medical practice in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the United States. Marshfield Clinic has more than 730 physicians representing 86 medical s ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Department Chair , Hematology and Oncology
Marshfield Clinic Inc

Researcher At Weston Center
Marshfield Clinic Inc

Associate Editor
Clinical Medicine & Research

Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health

Education

MD

Web References (29 Total References)


The 26-year-old Rhinelander woman was ...

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The 26-year-old Rhinelander woman was found to have Li-Fraumeni syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that predisposes people to certain types of cancer -- including breast -- and makes them more likely to develop more cancer later in life, said Dr. Adedayo Onitilo, an oncologist and researcher at Marshfield Clinic's Weston center.

For women in particular, genetic testing can decipher if they are at high risk for developing breast cancer, and testing also can be used to guide treatment.
Nationally, about 10 percent of the 200,000 people found to have breast cancer each year get it because of hereditary reasons, meaning they have a genetic predisposition to the disease, Onitilo said.
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Doctors often test only if the person has a family history, develops cancer before age 40 or has syndromes that can cause cancer, Onitilo said.


CM&R -- Clinical Medicine & Research Editorial Board

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Adedayo A. Onitilo, MD, MSCR Marshfield Clinic-Weston Center


Dr. Adedayo Onitilo, adjunct ...

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Dr. Adedayo Onitilo, adjunct clinical associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health, Madison, WI, and the corresponding author of an article about the study in the November 2013 American Journal of Roentgenology, talked with ARRS about those findings.

Read the Q&A with Dr. Onitilo here.


Dr. Adedayo Onitilo, an ...

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Dr. Adedayo Onitilo, an oncologist with the Marshfield Clinic, said smokers who cut back might reduce their risk of lung cancer and other health problems, but the only way to eliminate the risk is to quit, period. And a smoker who quits can be at an increased risk for cancer and other diseases for as long as 15 years after the last puff, Onitilo said.

"People who cut down and think they'll be OK are deceiving themselves," Onitilo said.
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Onitilo said kids who smoke run the same health risks as adults, not only for various types of cancer, but also for cardiovascular problems and even premature aging of skin.
"I can't find one good thing to say about cigarettes," he said.
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Onitilo said that while the risk for lung cancer and cardiovascular problems is not as great with smokeless tobacco compared to cigarettes, it can lead to mouth and throat cancer -- and carries the same risk of nicotine addiction.
"And if (kids) get addicted to nicotine, before you know it, they're on to cigarettes," he said.


Dr. Adedayo Onitilo, an ...

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Dr. Adedayo Onitilo, an oncologist with the Marshfield Clinic, said smokers who cut back might reduce their risk of lung cancer and other health problems, but the only way to eliminate the risk is to quit, period. And a smoker who quits can be at an increased risk for cancer and other diseases for as long as 15 years after the last puff, Onitilo said.

"People who cut down and think they'll be OK are deceiving themselves," Onitilo said.
...
Onitilo said that while the risk for lung cancer and cardiovascular problems is not as great with smokeless tobacco compared to cigarettes, it can lead to mouth and throat cancer -- and carries the same risk of nicotine addiction.
"And if (kids) get addicted to nicotine, before you know it, they're on to cigarettes," he said.

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