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Background Information

Employment History

Medical Director, Oncology

United Hospital


Affiliations

Minnesota Oncology Hematology , P.A.

Founding Member


Education

University of Minnesota


MD


Web References(4 Total References)


www.medformation.com

"This is truly a historic step, partnering the east metro's foremost tertiary cancer hospital with the premier group of oncology physicians," said Irv Lerner, MD, medical director, Oncology, United Hospital, and a founding member of MOHPA.


www.startribune.com [cached]

"It's outrageous," said Dr. Irving Lerner, a cancer specialist in St. Paul.Lerner, director of medical oncology at United Hospital in St. Paul, said doctors "should know better" than to use patient testimonials."It has no scientific credibility," he said.


www.beardavenue.com

- Irving J. Lerner, M.D. Medical Director, Oncology Services, United Hospital


mohpa.com

Likewise, in 1967, Dr. Irv Lerner, also educated at the University of Minnesota, became the first physician formally trained in medical oncology to enter private practice in St. Paul.According to Dr. Lerner, he and Dr. Brown were the only private practice oncologists in the state at the time to have had that formal training.The early practice of oncology and hematology was similar in both cities.Rather than single specialty clinics, oncologists were part of multi-specialty practices devoting only part of their time to treating cancer patients.Before Dr. Lerner, decisions about cancer in St. Paul were made by surgeons and radiation oncologists with little input from a chemotherapist.However, when he arrived, his oncology practice quickly dwarfed his internal medicine practice.Dr. Lerner and his group continued to practice internal medicine and oncology until the creation of MOHPA.Irv Lerner and F. Bruce Lewis, we merged all three groups into one.


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