Angela Jain, MD

Angela Jain, MD
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Assistant Professor, Department of Hematology/Oncology

NCCN, Occult Primary Panel Member

NCCN Ovarian Cancer Panel Member

Research Program

Educational Background

  • Fellow, Hematology/Oncology, Temple University Hospital/Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA, 2013
  • Resident, Internal Medicine, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 2010 
  • MD, Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 2007

Melanie Fowler

  • Breast Cancer

I’m 65 years old, and thanks to a 35-year career at the Department of Defense, I’ve been happily retired for just about a decade. I live in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, with my husband Bill, our dog Tess, short for Tess the Mess, and our cat Amoco, who is named for the gas station where we found her.


Angela Shammo

  • Breast Cancer

I was a first grade teacher for six years before becoming a reading specialist for kids with learning disabilities. After having four children of my own, I decided to be a stay-at-home mom and teach my children, along with my nieces and nephews.


Karen Leone

  • Endometrial (Uterine) Cancer

In 2013, Karen Leone was shocked to learn she had endometrial cancer after a routine gynecological exam. She sought treatment at Fox Chase Cancer Center, where she underwent a hysterectomy followed by chemotherapy and localized radiation. Today Karen's cancer is in remission. "The staff and patients at Fox Chase offered me encouragement and kept me positive and moving forward...I feel blessed and lucky as I continue to enjoy the time I spend with my friends and family, especially my three wonderful grandchildren," she said.


Frances Johnson

  • Ovarian & Primary Peritoneal Cancer

At my yearly physical in 2013, my primary care doctor ordered a CAT scan when I told him about the pain I had started experiencing on my left side near my waist. When the results were considered normal, I began accepting the pain as a normal part of getting older. I was 81 at the time.


Selected Publications

Armstrong D.K., Alvarez R.D., Bakkum-Gamez J.N., Barroilhet L., Behbakht K., Berchuck A., Chen L.M., Cristea M., DeRosa M., Eisenhauer E.L., Gershenson D.M., Gray H.J., Grisham R., Hakam A., Jain A., Karam A., Konecny G.E., Leath C.A., Liu J., Mahdi H., Martin L., Matei D., McHale M., McLean K., Miller D.S., O'Malley D.M., Percac-Lima S., Ratner E., Remmenga S.W., Vargas R., Werner T.L., Zsiros E., Burns J.L.,Engh A.M., Ovarian cancer, version 2.2020, NCCN clinical practice guidelines in oncology. J Natl Compr Canc Netw. 19(2): 191-226, 2021.

Jain, A et al. “Metastatic Mucinous Ovarian Cancer and Treatment Decisions Based on Histology and Molecular Markers rather than the Primary Location” JNCCN September 2012. PubMed

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