Dr. James McCloskey named leukemia division chief at John Theurer Cancer Center

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Dr. McCloskey previously was interim chief of the leukemia division. He is director of the program for myeloproliferative neoplasms at the cancer center and he will continue in that function.

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James K. McCloskey II, MD, has been named permanent chief of the department of leukemia at Hackensack Meridian Healths John Theurer Cancer Center, the center said Oct. 7.

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The Hackensack, N.J., center includes 14 divisions offering take care of a broad spectrum of cancer types.

Prior to joining John Theurer, he was the chief fellow in the department of hematology and oncology at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C