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Dr. Keith W Pratz M.D., Hematologist-Oncologist

Dr. Keith W Pratz M.D.

Hematologist-Oncologist | Hematology & Oncology

1650 Orleans St Crb I, Room 186 Baltimore MD, 21231

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Dr. Keith Pratz is a hematologist oncologist practicing in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Pratz 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

University of Medicine And Dentistry of New Jersey / Robert Wood Johnson Med 2002

University of Medicine And Dentistry of New Jersey / Robert Wood Johns 2002

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Male English

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Dr. Keith W Pratz M.D.'s Practice location

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1650 Orleans St -
Baltimore, MD 21231
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