Passing Knowledge on to Colon Cancer Doctors

What wisdom do you pass to other colon cancer doctors?

colon cancerA good doctor stays well-informed on his or her discipline. They do this by reading, attending seminars, and talking with other doctors. More experienced doctors can offer wisdom to lesser experienced doctors. Dr. Mark Kozloff talks about the types of things he discusses with fellow colon cancer doctors in this video.

To learn more about colon cancer wisdom watch “Newly Diagnosed Colon Cancer Patients: Questions to Ask Your Doctor” with Dr. Mark Kozloff.

Video Transcripts

Mark Kozloff, MD: I think the wisdom that I can give to other physicians, maybe to patients, is that you need to, when you are with a patient, you have to show that you care about that patient, you have to care about the illness that they have, you want to go the extra mile for them and they truly appreciate when you can explain to them, when you get more information for them, you just don’t run things off. I think patients in the long run will be very appreciative, the more information you can give them, the better they will feel about the care they are getting from you and I try to tell the younger doctors that I teach that this is so important when you are in the room with a patient, show them that you care about the patient, you care about their illness and you are there to get as much information and to give them the best treatments available to them.

Mark Kozloff
Dr. Mark Kozloff is board certified in Internal Medicine. He earned his degree in medicine from the University of Michigan Medical School and completed his residency at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago. Dr. Kozloff works on a multidisciplinary team of experts in the Center for Gastrointestinal Oncology where he specializes in the treatment of colorectal malignancies.


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