Dr. Leslie Cadet is an aerospace medicine specialist practicing in Dyess Afb, TX. Dr. Cadet provides primary care services for professionals like pilots and crewmembers who work and travel in the air or space. As an aerospace medicine specialist, Dr. Cadet discovers, manages and prevents health issues that result from traveling in extreme environments. These physicians are particularly trained in diseases that may arise from air travel, and work to keep airmen healthy and safe.
Education and Training
University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine 2012
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