Located in Houston, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is a medical school and one of the first comprehensive cancer centers in the United States. UT’s School of Health Professions is home to ten undergraduate academic programs in subjects such as Cytotechnology, Molecular Genetic Technology and Radiation Therapy as well as graduate programs in Diagnostic Genetics and Radiologic Sciences. In addition, the University offers several residencies and fellowships through the MD Anderson Cancer Center and certain programs feature clinical rotations.
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