“The people I meet on this path I’ve chosen will always give me the inspiration and purpose to move forward.”
My career in oncology probably started in September of the year I turned 16. In the middle of a conversation about our college majors, a close friend told me, “my cancer relapsed”. I learned very quickly and very thoroughly the determination and strength of character it takes to go through cancer treatment.
Three years later, while discussing poems by William Blake, the same friend said to me “always turn your face toward what you fear. It’s okay to cry and scream, but do not look away, and move forward. After all, eternity is just an hour.”
Twenty years later, I’ve never looked back. The people I meet on this path I’ve chosen will always give me the inspiration and purpose to move forward.
After completing her medical degree at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and her Internal Medicine residency at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas Dr. He moved to Houston to complete a fellowship program in medical oncology and hematology at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. Dr He joins our practice by way of Maui Hawaii and California. She is very excited to be back in the North Texas area.
Dr. He has a special interest in lymphoma, colon cancer, breast cancer, and advancements in lung cancer, but she is well trained to treat a broad range of benign hematology and other malignancies.
In her personal life, Dr. Ming He enjoys traveling internationally and photography. She also speaks multiple languages, including Chinese (Mandarin).
Dr Ming He is a board certified Medical Oncologist and Hematologist in Irving and Arlington, TX.