Michael Rice FCIC Survivorship Conference 2013

Michael Rice

I graduated in Medicine from the University f Adelaide in 1959. I undertook postgraduate training in paediatric medicine and paediatric oncology in Adelaide, Melbourne and New York (at The Sloan- Kettering Cancer Centre) from 1960-67. I then returned to Adelaide where I established a paediatric oncology service at the Adelaide Children’s Hospital and I have worked as a consultant paediatrician in private and public hospital practice ever since. I was a founding member of the paediatric section of The Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (1975) and of The Australian and New Zealand Childhood Cancer Study Group(1987). I have had a long-standing involvement with clinical trials in paediatric oncology at a national and international level and a specific interest in late adverse effects of treatment among survivors of cancer in childhood.

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