Simon Ashiku, MD

The number of U.S adults who develop gastric or esophageal cancer each year is small – approximately 2.5% of all new cancer diagnoses. This means most oncologists or surgeons outside of a tertiary academic center might see only a few…

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Subhendra Banerjee, MD

The number of senior citizens in this country is rapidly rising, with those 65-and-older expected to nearly double by 2050. Today seniors undergo 38% of all surgeries in California — more than twice their current share of the population —…

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I-Yeh Gong, MD

The number of U.S adults who develop gastric or esophageal cancer each year is small – approximately 2.5% of all new cancer diagnoses. This means most oncologists or surgeons outside of a tertiary academic center might see only a few…

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Yan Li, MD

The number of U.S adults who develop gastric or esophageal cancer each year is small – approximately 2.5% of all new cancer diagnoses. This means most oncologists or surgeons outside of a tertiary academic center might see only a few…

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Betty Suh-Burgmann, MD

Abnormal ovarian masses are not uncommon — in KP Northern California, more than 7,000 are detected on pelvic ultrasound every year, yet nearly 99% of them are benign. After several years of practice, Dr. Suh‑Burgmann noticed that many patients being…

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Swee Teh, MD

The number of U.S adults who develop gastric or esophageal cancer each year is small – approximately 2.5% of all new cancer diagnoses. This means most oncologists or surgeons outside of a tertiary academic center might see only a few…

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