Research and treatment of child cancer in Brazil

 
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Radiaterapia receives medal of honor

Dr. Paulo Novaes receiving Medal of Honor
Dr. Paulo Novaes receiving Medal of Honor

Dr. Paulo Novaes, a radiologist at the Hospital of GRAACC receives honor of the Brazilian Society of Radiotherapy

In June, Dr. Paulo Novaes, a radiologist at the Hospital of GRAACC received a great honor: the Medal of Merit of the Brazilian Society of Radiotherapy.

Dr. Paulo Novaes is a graduate of Medical College of Santos (Faculdade de Medicina de Santos) (1976), Msc. (1995) and Ph.D. (2001) FMUSP, building a solid career since his residence in 1977 until 2010. In GRAACC acts since 2010, when he was invited to a big challenge: to coordinate the implementation of the Radiotherapy Service of the Hospital of GRAACC.

The Medal of Merit recognizes the importance of SBRT professional over 30 years of Dr. Paulo Novaes, not only to the practice and teaching physicians, but appreciation for his work in the specialty in Brazil and around the world.

One more victory to GRAACC, one more victory to BRAZIL, one more victory for our DONORS!

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