How to Survive With Limited Finances (and a Family) as a Hematology-Oncology Fellow

Christopher Dittus, DO, MPH
Published: Sunday, Oct 02, 2016
Christopher Dittus, DO,

Christopher Dittus, DO, MPH

If you are anything like me, you are sitting on the couch staring at your laptop with Disney Junior on the television and a rambunctious toddler running from his room to the couch banging on a tambourine. You know that you have an article to write, or a chapter in your ASCO-SEP to read, but you realize that these will probably have to wait until you get back to work on Monday. Unfortunately, if you are similar to me, you are also the proud owner of an ever-increasing collection of student debt. You likely have an array of different types of debt (unsubsidized, subsidized, private, consolidated), each processed by a different company, and these debts may even be transferred to other companies yearly just to complicate things. Additionally, you have probably felt a certain amount of guilt about possessing debt. However, despite the difficulties of managing and dealing with debt, there is hope.
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