Researchers publish effects of doctor-designed formula against breast cancer

October 17, 2015

In 2009 Rewari presented at the ASTRO meeting in Chicago on the prognostic value of p53 gene expression in patients treated with breast conserving therapy. Other recent research by Rewari includes investigation of increased chances of second cancers in breast cancer survivors who smoke.

"It is incredible to see a clinician scientist so early on in his career recognized on the national and international stage. Dr. Rewari's dedication to his patients and his research allows us to continue to make important advances in the field of radiation oncology. This award is well deserved," stated CINJ Associate Director, Bruce G. Haffty, MD, professor and chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Rewari, a Marlboro Township resident, will be presented with the award on November 2. The meeting, which is open to registered participants only, runs Sunday through November 4.

Source: The Cancer Institute of New Jersey