Stephen Rush MD
Dr. Rush is a specialist in adult radiation oncology based out of New York City. A graduate of Howard University Medical School, Dr. Rush completed his residency at New York Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital Center.
Dr. Rush currently serves as a Clinical Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology at New York University Medical Center, and is a member of the American College of Radiology, the American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, and the New York Head and Neck Society, among others.
An avid researcher, Dr. Rush has published several writings and lectures focused on radiation therapies and cancer tumor study and treatment. He is also a recipient of the Young Oncologist Essay Award, which is distributed by the American Radium Society. Dr. Rush’s winning essay focused on research of pituitary tumors.
Dr. Rush currently practices with the Nassau Radiologic Group, P.C. He performs Gamma Knife Radiosurgery at South Nassau Community Hospital and New York University Medical Center.
Mesothelioma cancer patients often choose to undergo radiation at the suggestion of their physician. Radiation is often effective at minimizing tumor size and stunting malignancy growth. Patients suffering from mesothelioma should consider all treatment options, including radiation, when attempting to create a successful mesothelioma treatment plan.
- Nassau Radiologic Group, P.C. Physician Profile
Last modified: December 24, 2010.