Dr. Stephen Rosenberg is a father, physician, writer, and radiation oncologist. He grew up in Medford, New Jersey and graduated from Brown University with a BS in Biology. He earned a MS in Clinical and Translational Research at Rutgers University in combination with his Medical Degree. During medical school, he was named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Fellow. He went on to complete his medical internship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where he was named the Suzanne Munson Intern of the Year. He completed his residency in radiation oncology at the University of Wisconsin where he also served as Chief Resident. Dr. Rosenberg is the Director of MRI-Guided Radiotherapy at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa, Florida. Dr. Rosenberg lectures across the world on cancer research, leadership development, and patient-oriented care.

Dr. Rosenberg lives with his wife, son, daughter, and two dogs in Tampa, FL. He is an avid coffee drinker, art lover, fisherman, and traveler.

His most recent book is Overcome the Challenges of Cancer Care published by Rowman and Littlefield and may be found here.

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What Readers Have to Say

The ABC's of what you should know when diagnosed with cancer. Dr.Rosenberg does a great job of providing information that patients should know when confronting a cancer diagnosis: what is important, what to ask your doctors, how to start to understand this complex disease.

Randall J. Kimple, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Human Oncology, Director of Cancer Biology and Translational Medicine, University of Wisconsin

There were so many questions when I was diagnosed with cancer. Dr. Rosenberg's book would have been a life raft in a sea of uncertainty. His helpful and informative book provides insight, clarity and relief in a time of great distress.

Lori J. Kayser, CEO, Coming Together Against Cancer, Co-founder, Team Tony Cancer Foundation, Leadership and Cancer Coach

As a public librarian and cancer survivor, I have found this book to be a valuable resource for those diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones. It distills the daunting amount of information into easily readable and tangible concepts.

Carra Davies, Librarian, Madison Public Library



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