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Don S. Dizon is a Professor of Medicine and Professor of Surgery at Brown University and serves as the Vice Chair of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Professional Engagement at SWOG Cancer Research Network, a member of the National Cancer Institute’s National Clinical Trials Network. He is a medical oncologist specializing in pelvic malignancies, survivorship particularly as it pertains to sexual health for
men and women with cancer, and social media. He grew up on the Pacific Island of Guam and completed undergraduate and medical school at the University of Rochester in New York. He trained in Internal Medicine at Yale New-Haven Hospital and completed a fellowship in Medical Oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in NYC. He is the Director of The Pelvic Malignancies Program and Director of Hematology-Oncology clinics at Lifespan Cancer Institute, Director of Medical Oncology at Rhode Island Hospital, and Associate Director of Community Outreach and Engagement at Legorreta Cancer Center at Brown University. Among his other roles, he is co-Chief Medical Officer at Global Cancer Institute and sits on the boards of multiple nonprofits, including the Hope Foundation for Cancer Research and the LGBTQ Cancer Network. Dr. Dizon is a founding member of the Collaboration for Outcomes Using Social Media in Oncology (COSMO).

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