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245 – He beat stomach cancer while in residency

Dr. Jamal Dixon is an internal medicine physician based out of Atlanta, Ga. He is a cancer survivor after being diagnosed with a rare form of stomach cancer in his…
October 20, 2021

245 – He beat stomach cancer while in residency

Dr. Jamal Dixon is an internal medicine physician based out of Atlanta, Ga. He is a cancer survivor after being diagnosed with a rare form of stomach cancer in his 3rd year of residency.

He started his medical education at Meharry Medical College. After graduation, he completed his medical training at Grady hospital through the Morehouse School of Medicine. He specializes in the management of acute and chronic health conditions with a primary focus on preventative and holistic care.

Dr. Dixon now uses his experience as a patient to provide counseling services for familial, and spousal caregivers of patients who are dealing with acute, chronic, and terminal illnesses. He also has a specialized focus on the unseen plight of caregivers and medical PTSD.

Resources: The Caregivers Sanctuary IG: @thecaregivingdoc  FaceBook: Jamal Rashad 

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