Mary Leung, MD

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Dr. Leung earned her medical degree from the University at Buffalo. She completed her internship and residency in internal medicine at North Shore University Hospital. She then completed her fellowship in hematology and medical oncology also at North Shore University Hospital. She is currently practicing hematology and medical oncology in Long Island, New York and has an established clinical practice mainly in the outpatient setting. Her passion is to provide patients and their families with the best medical knowledge, psychosocial support, and team work approach to manage their diseases and the impact of their diagnoses on their lives. Dr. Leung’s interest is in breast cancer, targeted therapy and immunotherapy.

Education

  • BS: University of Wisconsin at Madison

  • MD: University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

  • Residency in Internal Medicine: North Shore University Hospital

  • Fellowship in Hematology and Medical Oncology: North Shore University Hospital

Board Certifications

  • Triple board-certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology

Areas of Expertise

  • Hematology

  • Medical Oncology

  • Breast Cancer

  • Targeted Therapy

  • Immunotherapy

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Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Podcast

Cancer Care w/ Dr. Mary Leung

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Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Causes

“How do you get breast cancer? Mutations in DNA can cause normal breast cells to become breast cancer cells. DNA makes genes, which have instructions in function and growth of the cells in the body....

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Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Overview

“Cancer is a disease which occurs when cells in the body divide, beyond the checks and balances of normal cells. These abnormal cells can invade other normal tissues and cause problems. Breast cancer occurs when...

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Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Prevention

There are lifestyle changes you can do for breast cancer prevention. For women with an average risk of breast cancer, discuss with your doctor about when to begin breast cancer screening with clinical breast exams...

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Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Symptoms

The most common signs and symptoms of breast cancer is having a mass or a lump, either detected by a screening mammogram, or felt by the patient. Not all breast lumps are cancerous, some are...

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Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Treatment

“Breast cancer is frequently found without any symptoms and is detected on a screening mammogram. Sometimes additional imaging studies such as the breast ultrasound or the breast MRI may be needed to get more information....

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Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Causes

“How do you get breast cancer? Mutations in DNA can cause normal breast cells to become breast cancer cells. DNA makes genes, which have instructions in function and growth of the cells in the body....

Watch and Share
Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Overview

“Cancer is a disease which occurs when cells in the body divide, beyond the checks and balances of normal cells. These abnormal cells can invade other normal tissues and cause problems. Breast cancer occurs when...

Watch and Share
Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Prevention

There are lifestyle changes you can do for breast cancer prevention. For women with an average risk of breast cancer, discuss with your doctor about when to begin breast cancer screening with clinical breast exams...

Watch and Share
Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Symptoms

The most common signs and symptoms of breast cancer is having a mass or a lump, either detected by a screening mammogram, or felt by the patient. Not all breast lumps are cancerous, some are...

Watch and Share
Mary Leung, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Breast Cancer Treatment

“Breast cancer is frequently found without any symptoms and is detected on a screening mammogram. Sometimes additional imaging studies such as the breast ultrasound or the breast MRI may be needed to get more information....

Watch and Share
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