Arizona honors Marie Curie on her birthday, In turn, the Society for Women in Radiation Oncology presents the second annual #WomenWhoCurie Day. Hence, this day honors Marie Curie’s pioneering work in physics and research with radioactive elements.
At AZCCC, we are proud to celebrate amazing women who are treating patients, Even more, today we salute women who are treating cancer through radiation and research. Furthermore, we are proud of our own Dr. Coral Quiet and an incredible staff of professionals.
We are proud to increase awareness of radiation oncology for female students. As a result, we hope more women enter the field.
As Arizona honors Marie Curie, here is more about her.
Marie Curie is an inspiration. Most noteworthy, she was a French scientist in the early 201th century who conducted early research on radioactivity.
Marie Curie is the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Even more, she is the only woman to win the Nobel Prize twice.
Dr. Coral Quiet specializes in radiation oncology. Furthermore, she specializes in Breast Cancer.
in 2012 Dr. Quiet joined Arizona Center for Cancer Care . She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. In addition, she completed medical school at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and her fellowship at the University of Chicago.
Credit goes to Dr. Quiet for bringing Brachytherapy to Arizona. Furthermore, her peers view her as a leader.
She is named to the “Most Influential Women in Arizona Business by AZ Business Magazine”. Even more, she has been named a Top Doc for several years. In turn, Dr. quiet is the perfect example of women who Curie!