Top Doctors 2017: Pediatric Hematology—Oncology

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K. Scott Baker, M.D., anemia, bone marrow transplant, bone marrow failure disorders; Seattle Children’s Hospital, Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, 4800 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2106; Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center; University of Nebraska College of Medicine, 1988
     
Paul Carpenter, M.D., graft versus host disease, bone marrow transplant; Seattle Children’s Hospital, Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, 4800 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2106; Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center; University of Sydney, Australia, 1988 
   
J. Russell Geyer, M.D., pediatric cancers, neuro-oncology, brain tumors; Seattle Children’s Hospital, Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, 4800 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2106; Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center; Wayne State University School of Medicine, 1977
     
10 Years: Douglas S. Hawkins, M.D., bone tumors, Ewing’s sarcoma, leukemia, rhabdomyosarcoma; Seattle Children’s Hospital, Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, 4800 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2106; Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center; Harvard Medical School, 1990
    
13 Years: Dana Matthews, M.D., anemia, thrombosis, autoimmune disease; Seattle Children’s Hospital, Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, 4800 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2106; Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center; University of Washington School of Medicine, 1981 
   
Julie R. Park, M.D., pediatric cancers, neuroblastoma, lymphoma, non-Hodgkin’s; Seattle Children’s Hospital, Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, 4800 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2106; Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center; University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1988

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