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Garth Green

Garth A. Green, M.D.

Radiation Oncologist
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology

Clinical Teams

  • Radiation Oncology
Garth Green, M.D., brings nearly 25 years of radiation oncology experience to City of Hope. Patients describe him as “amazing” and “the most caring doctor.”

Dr. Green, a University of California Berkeley graduate with a degree in classical Greek, received his M.D. from Tulane University in New Orleans. He completed an internship at the University of Hawaii before returning to California for a residency in radiation oncology at University of Southern California. He also completed a radiation oncology fellowship at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia.
Dr. Green has spent the past two decades treating patients in the South Bay, where he is active in the community. He has appeared on local television to discuss breast cancer risks and treatment options.


425 Haaland Drive, Suite 101

Thousand Oaks, CA 91361

Green G., Hanlon A., Al-Saleen T., Hanks G. A Gleason Score of 7 Predicts for a Worse Prognosis in Patients Treated with Conformal 3-D Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer. Cancer 83(5): 971-976, 1998.

Gogu S.R., Green G., Gupta V., Agrawal K.C. Selective Protection of Murine Progenitor Cells with Vitamin E from Drug-Induced Toxicity. Proceedings of American Association for Cancer Research 31:404, 1990.

Streeter O.E., Speight J., Green G. Urethral Cancer. In: Raghaven D., Brecher M., Johnson D.H., Meropol N.J., Thigpen J.T., eds. Textbook of Uncommon Cancer. (in press)

Formenti S., Green G. Update of Radiation Therapy in Breast Cancer. Hematology and Oncology Clinics of North America. (in press)

Chapman, J.D., Green G., Kim E., Mosley D., Schneider R.F. The Non-Invasive Measurement of Tumor Oxygenation with Bioreducible Hypoxic Markers (submitted to Cancer Research)
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