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Janice K. Tomberlin, M.D.

General Summary

Janice K. Tomberlin, M.D. specializes in breast cancer.


Radiation Oncology Residency, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina in 1991. Internship, The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas in 1987. Medical Doctorate, The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas in 1986.

Accolades & Memberships

American Medical Association. Texas Medical Association. American College of Radiology and American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology. The University of Texas Health Science Center - Peer Advisor to Freshman Medical School Class. American Cancer Society - Clinical Fellow, 1990-1991. Dr. Tomberlin was recognized by the Fort Worth Business Press as a Healthcare Hero of 2009.

Other Information

Dr. Tomberlin is one of the founding physicians of Texas Oncology-The Breast Care Center of North Texas and the Texas Chrysalis Foundation. These organizations offer programs to women who are undergoing breast cancer treatment or who are breast cancer survivors. She is involved in the N.E.A.T. Program® which stands for Nutrition, Exercise and Attitudes for Tomorrow and focuses on nutrition and exercise as well as support programs to combat the side effects of traditional breast cancer treatments.

She is committed to providing high quality, compassionate and individualized patient care. Dr. Tomberlin has been involved in the Mammosite Partial Breast Irradiation research trial offering this new treatment approach to women in North Texas. By participating in the nation's largest clinical trial network, Dr. Tomberlin provides leading-edge care for patients in their own community. She is a proud resident of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.