Dr. Rozner and his assistants, John Paul & Jennifer, were very personable and attentive
Dr. Rozner and his assistants, John Paul & Jennifer, were very personable and attentive to my father until his death at 93. I was with my Dad, when he told him that he had lung cancer. Knowing his patient over time, his appraisal of the condition was both frank and hopeful. Dad appreciated his realistic evaluation.
As an experienced physician, Dr. Rozner was hopeful for treatments of both radiation and chemo. He said that chemo has improved significantly in the past five years. Cancer is always a punch in the gut, but this is the way I would like to receive bad news. In fact - when I moved here from ND, I signed up with his practice.