Dr. Byrne Lee
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City of Hope National Medical Center
Dr. Byrne Lee, M.D., focuses on the treatment of gastrointestinal, pancreatic and liver cancers. He routinely utilizes minimally invasive approaches such as robotic and laparoscopic techniques. Dr. Lee leads the surgical team of the peritoneal surface malignancy and heated intraperitoneal chemotherapy program. His expertise in cytoreductive (tumor debulking) surgical procedures helped City of Hope's program succeed and is a valued addition to Stanford's Department of Surgery, Division of General Surgery. Dr. Lee received his medical doctorate from New York Medical College and completed his surgical residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. He received his surgical oncology training at City of Hope. Because he has trained and mentored hundreds of surgical residents and medical students, he has received multiple awards in teaching and clinical mentorship.