New Cedars-Sinai Faculty Specialists Expand Patients’ Options for Advanced Treatment and Cancer Care in the San Gabriel Valley
Huntington Cancer Center, an affiliate of Cedars-Sinai Cancer, welcomes three oncology specialists to its program. At the Center, they will offer patients leading research-based treatments, world-class care and access to Cedars-Sinai Cancer clinical trials.
“It is my pleasure to welcome these three expert Cedars-Sinai Faculty oncologists to our Huntington Cancer Center,” Howard Kaufman, MD, medical director of Huntington Cancer Center. “Dr. Marc Botnick is one of the leading radiation oncologists practicing at Cedars-Sinai. It’s a true privilege to have him join our team. We are equally proud to announce the addition of Dr. Paul Lin to our expert gynecologic oncology team, and Dr. Niki Patel, who offers specialized oncology care for adolescents with breast cancer.”
These specialists, highly esteemed among colleagues, patients and patients’ families, have chosen Huntington Cancer Center to serve the San Gabriel Valley. Their years of experience providing expert care to other communities in California and beyond will greatly benefit the Center.
Meet Huntington Cancer Center’s latest board-certified oncologists, dedicated to excellent patient care and advanced treatment:
Paul Lin, MD, is a gynecologic oncologist. Dr. Lin completed residency at the University of California, San Francisco, followed by fellowship in gynecologic oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Prior to joining Huntington Cancer Center, he served on the faculty at University of Southern California, and at City of Hope. His clinical focus has been on surgical management of gynecologic cancers and complex gynecologic procedures ranging from minimally invasive laparoscopy and robotic procedures to more extensive procedures depending on the clinical situation.
Niki Patel, MD, is a hematologist-oncologist who provides clinical care for patients with breast cancer. Dr. Patel focuses her care on adolescents and young adults. At Cedars-Sinai, she served as chief medical resident. She also completed a hematology-oncology fellowship at City of Hope and later directed the City of Hope Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program.
For more information about Huntington Cancer Center, go to: www.huntingtonhealth.org/cancer