Dr. Jason M Stinnett MD
Hematologist-Oncologist | Hematology & Oncology1492 W Antelope Dr Suite 125 Layton UT, 84041
Dr. Jason Stinnett is a hematologist oncologist practicing in Layton, UT. Dr. Stinnett specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of blood diseases such as anemia, hemophilia, sickle-cell disease, leukemia and lymphoma. Hematologist Oncologists are also trained in the study of cancer and its attack on other organs.
Education and Training
Univ of Ar Coll of Med, Little Rock Ar 1998
University of Arkansas College of Medicine,Little Rock, Ar, United States 1998
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine 1998
- Prostate Cancer
- Chronic Pain
- Breast Cancer
- Bile Duct Cancer
- Multiple Sclerosis (ms)
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Ovarian Cancer
- Oral Surgery Procedures
- Extra Corporeal Shockwave Therapy
- Univ Of Ut Med Ctr, Hematology/Oncology Univ Of Ut Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
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- Treatment Update for Hodgkin Lymphoma
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- Tips on How to Live with Multiple Myeloma
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- Facts About Multiple Myeloma
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- Little Boy Tugs at Heartstrings of Entire Community: Be the Match!
Danny Feltwell, a young six-year-old boy, was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma when he was just two years old. After undergoing countless procedures and just four months from being considered fully cured, Danny relapsed and had to be re-hospitalized. The doctors found that a large tumor...