Dr. Jablons is the current chief of thoracic surgery at the UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion, earning this position after a long career, which started at Yale University. Dr. David Jablons graduated from the Albany Medical College of Union University in 1984 and later completed a residency at the Tufts-New England Medical Center. Dr. Jablons was a fellow at the Cornell University Medical Center. He developed and improved treatment and diagnosis methods, publishing the results in respected medical journals.
Albany Medical College of Union University in 1984
Tufts-New England Medical Center
Cornell University Medical Center
American Board of Thoracic Surgery - Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery
San Francisco General Hospital
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St. Mary's Medical Center Huntington
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UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion
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Update on the molecular biology of malignant mesothelioma.
Lee AY1, Raz DJ, He B, Jablons DM.See more >>
Wnt inhibitory factor-1, a Wnt antagonist, is silenced by promoter hypermethylation in malignant pleural mesothelioma.
Batra S1, Shi Y, Kuchenbecker KM, He B, Reguart N, Mikami I, You L, Xu Z, Lin YC, Clément G, Jablons DMSee more >>
Wnt2 as a new therapeutic target in malignant pleural mesothelioma.
Mazieres J1, You L, He B, Xu Z, Twogood S, Lee AY, Reguart N, Batra S, Mikami I, Jablons DM.See more >>
Malignant pleural mesothelioma: evaluation with CT, MR imaging, and PET.
Wang ZJ, Reddy GP, Gotway MB, Higgins CB, Jablons DM, Ramaswamy M, Hawkins RA, Webb WR. RadiographicsSee more >>
American Association for Cancer Research
American Association for the Advancement of Science
International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer
Society of Thoracic Surgeons
Verified Patient ReviewsRate This Doctor
January 15, 2015
by John Felice
“Dr. Jablons saved my life! Kaiser said I was unable to get an operation, stage 3b lung cancer. He operated 6 months later in 2010 and after 4.5 years I’m still doing well, clean scans the last two years. I feel great thanks to Dr. Jablons. ”
June 25, 2014
by Heying M.
“I went to the doctor and found out that I had 3 Nodules in my lung. Dr. Jablons successfully removed the tumor. He spent a lot of time with me and was very nice. My family and I appreciate him very much for everything he has done for me.”
October 28, 2012
by Mathew J.
“Dr. Jablons is simply the best! I often teased him by saying he was the “2 minute doctor” for appointments. In his defense UCSF clinic is a very busy place where the time for patients is limited. I must say that his 2 minutes where more valuable than other doctor’s 20 minutes because of his knowledge and skill. He also has a good sense of humor and I would recommend him to anyone who needs a lung cancer surgeon.”
July 14, 2011
by James R.
“He was great and he told us exactly how the surgery went, the outcome, the problems the patient had after surgery and what he needs to do when he gets back home. He dedicated most of his time to us without rushing because he always wanted to make sure we understood everything. All the other doctors that worked with him before and after the surgery were very caring. ”
July 25, 2016
by Karyn Woods
“Dr. Jablons is an awesome surgeon! We were impressed about his outstanding mesothelioma knowledge. We were so lucky to get him do my mother’s surgery. He gave us more time with her and I will forever remain grateful for it. ”