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Dr. Page practices as a medical oncologist and hematologist at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Fort Worth and in Weatherford where he is a strong advocate for the highest quality of patient care. As President, he and his colleagues have created the most comprehensive community cancer care in the north Texas region, ensuring the patient's journey includes integrated access to all components of the continuum of cancer care. As Director of Research for the past 20 years, Dr. Page remains at the forefront of new drug development and anticancer therapies which enable patients to get novel cancer treatments closer to home. He has been the Principle Investigator of over 180 oncology clinical trials. Dr. Page has published numerous scientific publications, textbook chapters, and presentations in the basic sciences and cancer-related subjects both nationally and internationally. He has a special interest in writing healthcare policy and political advocacy for better cancer care delivery. He currently serves as an ASCO representative to the American Medical Association House of Delegates. Dr. Page has served in many physician leadership positions and has received a number of honors and awards. He has been married to Dr. Sheila Page for 27 years. They have 5 children and live in Aledo, Texas. Dr. Page is a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and worked to start a new mission church in Aledo. Dr. Page is on the President's Council at Southwestern University and received the Distinguish Alumnus Citation of Merit Award. Dr. Page enjoys water sports, skiing, and fishing with his kids.
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There is nothing more important to me as a physician than your cancer treatment. I've been in practice for nearly two decades and have had the privilege of telling many patients that there is life beyond cancer. As president of The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, I want to lead by example, practicing a firm belief that all patients should receive the finest medical care available, with the same concern and compassion as a cherished member of the family.