Dr. Lillian E. c. Mcmahon M.D.
Hematologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Hematology-Oncology732 Harrison Ave 3rd Floor Boston MA, 02118
Dr. Lillian Mcmahon is a pediatric hematologist practicing in Boston, MA. Dr. Mcmahon specializes in treating children that have a blood disease or cancer. Such blood diseases include disorders of red blood cells, white blood cells and/or platelets. The types of cancers that Dr. Mcmahon treats include leukemias, lymphomas and certain tumors. Dr. Mcmahon can also treat bleeding disorders in children. Pediatric hematologists can be found in childrens hospitals, community hospitals, university medical centers and more.
Education and Training
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of Para, Belem, Brazil
University of Malta Faculty of Medicine and Surgery 1963
- Lifetime Acheivement Award from the Greater Boston Sickle Cell Associa 2010
- Hematology/Oncology, Boston Medical Center, Boston MA ,, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center, New York NY 1969
- Tufts/Boston City Hospital, Fellow:Hematology/Oncology 1968
- New York Hosp/Cornell Med Ctr, Fellow:Pediatric Hem/Onc 1969
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