Shortage of cancer doctors looms
By the year 2020, the American Society for Clinical Oncology projects that the U.S. could see a shortage of more than 4,000 cancer doctors, noting that the shortage will likely be gradual. According to the society's report, the aging "baby boomer" population seeking cancer services, which is expected to double by 2030, is partly to blame.
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