Dr. Bruce Chabner is an eminent cancer researcher and clinical oncologist. He shares his 50 years of wisdom and knowledge. How to best approach cancer diagnosis and treatment? Hello from Boston! Dr. Anton Titov, MD. We are with Dr. Bruce Chabner, who is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is Director Emeritus of Clinical Research at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center. Dr. Chabner graduated with high distinction from Yale University. He obtained his MD from Harvard Medical School. He did his residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Dr. Bruce Chabner, MD then joined National Cancer Institute. He conducted pivotal research in cancer medication resistance and chemotherapy. Eventually Dr. Bruce Chabner, MD became Director of Division of Cancer Treatment at National Cancer Institute. It is a position he held for 13 years. Dr. Chabner came to Massachusetts General Hospital in 1995. Over the last 20 plus years Dr. Bruce Chabner, MD has built Cancer Center at MGH into an internationally renowned research and clinical cancer treatment service. Dr. Chabner's achievements and awards are too numerous to list fully. He has received the David Karnofsky Memorial Award and Lecture of the American Society of Clinical Oncology in 1985. He received the Melville Jacobs Award of the American Radium Society in 1986. He received The Bruce Cain Memorial Award of the American Association of Cancer Research in 1998. He received Fellowship in the American Academy of Cancer Research in 2015. Dr. Chabner was promoted to the flag rank of Rear Admiral in the Public Health Service in 1991. Dr. Bruce Chabner, MD has received numerous public health awards and medals. It included its highest award, The Distinguished Service Medal. This medal was awarded for his contributions to the development of Paclitaxel. Dr. Chabner published over 360 articles on cancer research and treatment. Dr. Bruce Chabner, MD published many chapters and textbooks on cancer therapy. Dr. Chabner has been married to his wife Davi-Ellen for 53 years. They have two children and five grandchildren. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Dr. Chabner, hello and welcome! Hello! How are you, Anton.