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Thu-Cuc Nguyen, MD

Specialty: Internal Medicine
Program: Internal & Hospital Medicine


Dr. Thu-Cuc Nguyen is an Assistant Member in the Moffitt Cancer Center Department of Internal Medicine, Internal and Hospital Medicine Program. Dr. Nguyen received her MD from Ross University School of Medicine, Miramar, Florida. She recently completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine – HCA GME Consortium, in Ocala, where she also served as Chief Resident. Dr. Nguyen’s interests are to provide outstanding clinical care to our patients in the inpatient setting as a hospitalist. Her research interest is to develop clinical trials for our hospital medicine program, including investigator-initiated trials, industry-sponsored trials, and quality improvement projects. 

Education & Training


  • University of Central Florida Medical School - Internal Medicine

Medical School:

  • Ross University School of Medicine - MD
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  • Villanueva F, Yuan C, Drane W, Dang L, Nguyen TC. Cancer Treatment Response to Checkpoint Inhibitors Is Associated with Cytomegalovirus Infection. Cureus. 2020 Jan.12(1):e6670. Pubmedid: 32104613. Pmcid: PMC7026877.
  • Skelton WP, Ali A, Skelton MN, Federico R, Bosse R, Nguyen TC, Dang LH, Bishnoi R. Analysis of Overall Survival in Patients With Multiple Primary Malignancies: A Single-center Experience. Cureus. 2019 Apr.11(4):e4552. Pubmedid: 31275776. Pmcid: PMC6592836.
  • Nguyen TC, Jaffe AM, Gray D, Cain J, Brown T. Colovesical Fistula As An Uncommon Presentation Of Metastatic Lung Cancer. Cureus. 2018 Jun.10(6):e2767. Pubmedid: 30101046. Pmcid: PMC6082581.
  • Nguyen TC, Bajwa R, Bari S, Ali A, Paul Skelton W, Federico RA, Bishnoi R, Wray JW, Zlotecki RA, Dang LH, Muzaffar J. Stereotactic body radiation therapy for the treatment of oligoprogression on androgen receptor targeted therapy in castration-resistant prostate cancer. Oxf Med Case Reports. 2018 Jan.2018(1):omx078. Pubmedid: 29340160. Pmcid: PMC5761507.
  • Nguyen TC, Garcia B, Fisher K, Patterson D, Hamza A. Rhabdomyolysis as a rare paraneoplastic presentation of acute myeloid leukemia. Oxf Med Case Reports. 2017 Jul.2017(7):omx033. Pubmedid: 28694972. Pmcid: PMC5497510.
  • Skelton Iv WP, Akhavan NN, Taylor ZA, Nguyen TC, Hassan H, Townsend TN, Pathak P, Trikha G, Dang NH, Dang LH, Ali A. A Novel Case of Penile Gangrene in a Patient Treated with Ibrutinib for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Case Rep Oncol Med. 2016 Dec.2016:6980198. Pubmedid: 27999696. Pmcid: PMC5141545.
  • Ali A, Skelton Iv WP, Akhavan NN, Nguyen TC, Taylor ZA, Townsend T, Pathak P, Hasija N, Li L, Indrisek J, Watson S, Nixon I, Dang NH, Zlotecki R, Crispen P, Allan R, Abbitt P, Dang LH. Low Grade Lymphoma Mimicking Metastatic Urothelial Carcinoma: When Do We Need Further Histologic Staging?. Case Rep Oncol Med. 2016 Dec.2016:8125898. Pubmedid: 27994899. Pmcid: PMC5138476.
  • Szwed EA, Sliesoraitis S, Nguyen TC, Nguyen MN, Moreb JS, Zlotecki RA, Crispen PL, Dang NH, Dang LH. New primary malignancy masquerading as metastatic prostate adenocarcinoma. Case Rep Oncol Med. 2015 Mar.2015:358572. Pubmedid: 25789189. Pmcid: PMC4350875.
  • Emanuels CS, Timmerman KD, Aijaz T, Nguyen TC, Jest N, Drane WE, Gilbert SM, Crispen PL, Su LM, Deitte LA, Dang LH. Displacement of the Spleen Mimicking Renal Cell Cancer Recurrence Post-Nephrectomy: A Case Report. J Kidney Cancer VHL. 2015 Jun.2(3):130-133. Pubmedid: 28326267. Pmcid: PMC5345533.

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