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He does the bare minimum as an oncologist could. When my dad was diagnosed with cancer, he was extremely stoic, and provided us the very basic and minimal amount of information. I did most of the research on my own and many times it really was up to me to bring up the various options available and information surrounding such. I so often felt like it was a one way relationship where whatever concerns, thoughts, questions, and information I had, I was the one bringing it up to him. He pretty much just stood there and answered the questions and nothing more. I don't believe he is a terrible person and coming form a medical background myself, I don't want to place all the blame on him. However, I think that he truly has a lot of room for improvement in the quality of his approach to patient care. There is so much more to providing care to patients and their families, especially for those who are experiencing a very physically challenging and emotionally difficult time in their lives.
Very clarifying doctor. Give you all the possibilities for diagnosis before confirming with deeper tests. With me , it was accurate and I’m bummed I didn’t see him in first place, but wasn’t my choice because he was out of town. Grateful my path crossed with his.
While I was in the hospital awaiting cancer surgery Dr. Huang took over my care and worked with me through ten weeks in the hospital, five surgeries, six months of chemo and three years of aftercare. During that time he showed total interest in me as a patient and person. During my aftercare I grew to consider him more than a doctor ... he became a friend. I'm now five years cancer free and Dr. Huang helped save my life and gave me a life to look forward to.
I hope no one ever get sick especially with cancer but also I hope any cancer patient be fortunate enough to come across a great doctor such as Dr. Huang. His passion, his concern, and his expertise has no match. He went out of his way to make sure his patient has been getting the best possible treatment. I wish him all the best in life.
Dr. Daniel Huang has great manners with his patients and he is kind and professional. He takes the necessary time to explain the process of treatment and patiently listens to the patient's concerns.
Dr. Huang is a a rarity in the vast pool of oncologists. He is an example of all that is good in humanity and all that is competency in an oncologist. Perhaps I am biased because I feel that his treatment plan saved my life. But, I think that this is his difference, a comprehensive approach to your treatment that makes a difference. I interviewed a few oncologists before I chose Dr. Huang as I was not given very good odds to obtain a positive outcome in my advanced stage of cancer. I only know that I believe I am here today in great part because of his skill and care plan that began in 2010.
Dr. Daniel Huang is a very patient and nice Dr.. He always answers me on any of my concern.
Dr. Huang is an extremely competent physician. After a life altering diagnosis of a rare cancer, I was referred to Dr. Huang by my PCP. I feel fortunate to be cared for by him. He takes the time to explain treatments and answer all of your questions, alleviate your concerns and fears and keep you informed. I find this compassion refreshing. There was never a question he could not answer throughly and to my satisfaction. I felt I was treated by the most effective proactive approach available. His staff is incredibly efficient, compassionate and courteous. I found it incredible that he even returns calls on the weekends and he always makes you feel as though your health is tantamount to anything else. His office facility is comprehensive and contains the ability to handle pet/ct scans, MRI's, and other tests related to monitoring cancer so that traveling, etc is minimized. To date, I have never had a bad experience.
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