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Dr. Khan Imran, MD

Dr. Khan Imran, MD

Age 47 Hematology & Oncology M
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Dr. Khan Imran, MD is a hematology & oncology specialist in New Brunswick, NJ. He currently practices at Rutgers - Cancer Institute of New Jersey and is affiliated with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Dr. Imran is board certified in Internal Medicine.

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New Patient? (973) 814-9550
  1. Rutgers - Cancer Institute of New Jersey

    1. 1
      Rutgers - Cancer Institute of New Jersey
      195 Little Albany St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Call
      Existing Patients: (732) 235-7298
      New Patients:
      (973) 814-9550

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
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