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Empowering Women Everywhere with Dr. Anjali Malik, MD

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Empowering Women Everywhere with Dr. Anjali Malik, MD

On this week’s episode, D is joined by our very first radiologist, Dr. Anjali Malik, who specializes in breast radiology. Anjali is a go-to source when it comes to breast…
May 18, 2020
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Empowering Women Everywhere with Dr. Anjali Malik, MD

On this week’s episode, D is joined by our very first radiologist, Dr. Anjali Malik (@AnjaliMalikMD), who specializes in breast radiology. Anjali is a go-to source when it comes to breast cancer. She is currently serving on the medical board of Bright Pink and is vocal about the breadth of knowledge radiologists can bring to breast cancer awareness. She shares with us how she got her start in the field which did not come without a few bumps along the way, including having her studies relocated during Hurricane Katrina. Anjali and D discuss misconceptions about radiology, how cancer care is being affected by COVID-19, and how everything that happens (even the bad) leads you to where you are today.

Be sure to subscribe, rate and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed! You can also find Dr. Malik on Twitter @anjalimalikmd. Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram – we love reading and sharing them!

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