Radiation oncologist and Rutgers alumnus Stephen Rosenberg has written dozens of scholarly papers to advance cancer treatment.
His academic credits include titles such as “Targeting Glutamatergic signaling and the PI3 Kinase pathway to halt melanoma progression,” and “Long-term patterns of relapse and survival following definitive intensity-modulated radiotherapy for non-endemic nasopharyngeal carcinoma.”
But it’s his simple self-help book, Cancer: What You Need To Know, written at an eighth-grade level that Rosenberg thinks has the potential to improve care for more patients.
The radiation oncology chief resident at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison was inspired to pen the book after …read more
Source: Rutgers Today