Daniel Sufficool, MD, has been working in Radiation Oncology for more than 4 years, with another decades-worth of education, research, and volunteer work behind him. His career began in 2007 when he joined the Union College of Nebraska. There, he was studying International Rescue and Relief, a BS geared towards disaster planning, mitigation, and response. His training included a 3-month stint running medical clinics in Nicaragua. He developed a passion for helping others in that capacity, and after graduation he began his career in medicine proper. With the Loma Linda University School of Medicine, he began his development as a doctor, helping with a wide array of research projects along the way. He found a particular interest in Radiation Oncology, and practiced with the school's associated medical center for 4 years after graduation.
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