Dr. Clinton Holladay is a specialist in radiation oncology in Birmingham, Alabama and he is working in collaboration with many local hospitals, such as Southeast Alabama Medical Center and St. Vincent's Blount. He graduated from University of Alabama School of Medicine where he got his medical degree. He did a transitional year internship at Baptist Health System. After this, the doctor did his residency program in radiation oncology at Indiana University School of Medicine. He is board certificated in radiation oncology and he has a practical experience of more than 20 years.
University of Alabama
Baptist Health System
Indiana University School of Medicine
American Board of Radiology - Radiation Oncology
Grandview Medical Center
3690 Grandview PkwyRead More
St. Vincent's Blount
150 Gilbreath DrRead More
Vaughan Regional Medical Center
1015 Medical Center PkwyRead More
Prostate specific antigen bounce after simultaneous irradiation for prostate cancer: the relationship to patient age.
Critz, F.A., Williams, W.H., Levinson, A.K., Benton, J.B., Schnell, F.J., Holladay, C.T., Shrake, P.D.; J Urol. 2003 Nov.See more >>
Post-treatment PSA < or = 0.2 ng/mL defines disease freedom after radiotherapy for prostate cancer using modern techniques.
Critz, F. A., Williams, W. H., Holladay, C. T., Levinson, A. K., Benton, J. B., Holladay, D. A., Schnell, F. J., Maxa, L. S., Shrake, P. D.; Urology. 1999 Dec.See more >>
The PSA nadir that indicates potential cure after radiotherapy for prostate cancer.
Critz, F. A., Levinson, A. K., Williams, W. H., Holladay, D. A., Holladay, C. T.; Urology. 1997 Mar.See more >>