Doctors of the Centers for Cancer Care

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David Jones, M.D.

Dr. David Jones is a Board-Certified Radiation Oncologist and owner and Medical Director of the Central Texas based Centers for Cancer Care.

A National Merit scholar and summa cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia's Terry school of business Honors program with a BBA in Banking and Finance and minor in Pre-Medical studies, Dr. Jones attended the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta Georgia before accepting one of only two positions offered per year nationwide in Seattle's prestigious University of Washington Oncology training program. Combining an intense Internship year devoted largely to the Green Medicine Bone Marrow Transplant service this rigorous schedule combined Medical Oncology (chemotherapy) specialization with Surgery, Pathology, Emergency Medicine, ENT, OB/GYN and other disciplines all with an Oncologic focus. During this timeframe Dr. Jones was a member of the Seattle transplant team led by Dr. E. Donnell Thomas who subsequently received the Nobel Prize in medicine recognizing the team's truly revolutionary breakthroughs in the treatment of leukemic children.

Dr.Jones subsequently served as Chief Resident in the Department of Radiation Oncology, taught on the Faculty of the University of Washington School of Medicine, served as a clinical lecturer for Southwest Texas State University's Department of Radiation Therapy and entered private practice as Founder of the Centers for Cancer Care with the goal of bringing cutting-edge academic medicine to the smaller communities of South and Central Texas." 

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Michele Nedelka, M.D.

Dr. Michele Nedelka is a Radiation Oncologist. She built on 7 years of Emergency Medicine experience to attend and graduate from the University of Eastern Virginia School of Medicine in Norfolk, Virginia, then completed her specialized Radiation Oncology residency at Massey Cancer Center Department of Radiation Oncology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia.

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Roger Good, M.D.

Roger Good, MD, is a Board-Certified Radiation Oncologist. He attended medical school at the University of Nebraska and completed his residency training at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City and the University of Rochester, New York.  After his graduate training, he returned to the University of Nebraska where he was a tenured associate professor in the Medical School Department of Radiation Oncology for over 10 years. 

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