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Dugan, James Patrick, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.85 out of 5 | 172 reviews
Hematology and Oncology
Novant Health Cancer Institute - Forsyth (Hematology)
(336) 718-5570
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Patient Comments 44 reviews
April 18, 2022
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

April 06, 2022
Dr Dugan was profession, explained everything I needed to know. I felt so much better after the visit. Thank you
-Patient in CLEMMONS, North Carolina

March 19, 2022
The staff are always very friendly and helpful but also professional and efficient. Even though my visits are now far apart they make you feel as if they know you and care .
-Patient in ADVANCE, North Carolina

March 15, 2022
Dr. James Dugan and staff provide a knowledgeable and professional medical environment.
-Patient in PFAFFTOWN, North Carolina

March 12, 2022
Dr D. was very personable, kind, and thoughtful with his approach to planning my future care.
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina


Practice locations
Novant Health Cancer Institute - Forsyth (Hematology)
(336) 718-5570

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Medical School:
Univ. of Nevada - Reno

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center 2013

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center 2016

University of Colorado School of Medicine 2019

Board Certifications:
Internal Medicine
Medical Oncology

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I am a hematology/oncology specialist and the physician lead for the transplant and cellular therapy department for Novant Health Cancer Institute.

No two cancers are the same because no two patients are the same. Each patient comes with a different set of life experiences and ideas, which makes treating cancer unique to each individual patient. And this is why I was drawn to the field of oncology; it allows me an opportunity to improve a person's life during what might be the most difficult time of their life.

To properly treat the whole person and not just the disease, you need to engage in active conversation with the patient throughout the treatment process. This is why I approach medicine and oncology from the position of a partnership between me and the patient. Very rarely in oncology do we find ourselves with decisions where the right answer is in black and white.

I am a member of the American Society of Hematology, as well as the American Society for Transplant and Cellular therapy. My membership in these organizations keep me up to date on the latest research and treatment options in the field. I'm also actively engaged in clinical research focused on acute leukemia, with the goal of finding new, targeted therapies that improve disease control and survival while limiting side effects and maintaining a good quality of life through treatment.

When I am not seeing patients, I enjoy time with my wife and three daughters. I am an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys skiing, SCUBA diving, kite surfing and long-distance running. I am passionate about the shared human experience and love meeting new people and exploring new ideas and places.

Special Interests: Malignant Hematology, Hematology, Leukemia, Myelodysplastic Syndromes, Cellular Therapy and Apheresis

Gender: Male