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Qualifications and Experience
**Dr. Paul Greenberg strictly specializes in breast cancer ONLY ** Dr. Paul Greenberg has published extensively in the field of breast cancer and has participated in studies regarding inherited mutations and cancer risk. He has worked in the field of breast oncology for two decades and has lectured to various community and physician groups as well as pharmaceutical companies and been a featured guest on television regarding this subject. Dr. Greenberg is a second generation oncologist. Before joining Drs Ratner and Voudouris, he was in private practice with his father, Dr. Ernest Greenberg, who was a world-renowned breast oncologist until his retirement. Dr. Greenberg did his oncology training at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas. He is the vice president for medical affairs at the Greenberg Breast Cancer Research Foundation (formally the Breast and Prostate Cancer Research Foundation Inc.). He specializes in breast cancer as well as colon cancer and prostate cancer and is an attending physician at both Mount Sinai and Lenox Hill Hospitals in Ney York City. Dr. Greenberg is also Assistant Clinical Professor in the department of Hematology and Oncology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. From 1989-1992 Dr. Greenberg was a faculty associate at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He has been a Consulting Medical Expert for Health And Human Services Administration since 1995 and has been Vice President of the New York Cancer Society since 2008. Dr. Greenberg believes that more is not always better. Quality of life is paramount: it is more important to match the treatment with the patient rather than only with the disease. Doctor Greenberg speaks English, French, and Spanish
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Greenberg was thorough and accommodating. Even though I had booked with him in error (he is not a surgeon), he took the time to talk with me and review my case.
Good visit. My doctor is always thorough and cares about how I am doing, how I am feeling. He ensures that I have the appropriate care. and medicines to manage my diagnosis.
It is always good.
Good visit, questions answered.