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Specialties & Research
- He has special expertise in 9 areas:
- B-Cell Lymphoma (CBCL)
- Chronic B-Cell Lymphocytic Leukemia
- Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma
- Follicular Lymphoma
- Heart Diseases
- Hodgkin Disease
- Lymphoproliferative Disorders
- T-Cell Leukemia
- T-Cell Lymphoma
Education & Awards
Dr. Elenitoba-Johnson graduated from University Of Lagos, Idi Araba. He has 2 awards.
Dr. Elenitoba-Johnson has 1 hospital affiliations:
- University of Michigan Hospitals & Health Centers
Accepted Insurance Plans
Dr. Elenitoba-Johnson accepts these health insurances in at least one office:
- Health Alliance Plan of Michigan - 4 plans
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- Where does Dr. Kojo S. Elenitoba-Johnson practice?
Dr. Kojo Elenitoba-Johnson practices Ophthalmology, Pathology, Hematology, Anatomic Pathology & Clinical Pathology, Clinical Pathology/Laboratory Medicine, and Molecular Genetic Pathology near Ann Arbor, MI.
See Ann Arbor Ophthalmologists, Ann Arbor Pathologists, and Ann Arbor Hematologists.