Maen Hussein, MD

Maen  Hussein, MD


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Dr. Hussein currently serves on the Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) Executive Board as the Physician Director of Finance. He also is a Board Member of the Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation and sits on the Board of Directors for the Florida Society of Clinical Oncology (FLASCO). As cancer researcher, Dr. Hussein has participated in numerous clinical trials and was named the Principal Investigator on a recent lung cancer trial conducted through Florida Cancer Specialists and Sarah Cannon, one of the leading community-based clinical trial organizations in the US. In 2010, he was the recipient of the Leesburg Regional Medical Center Outstanding Achievement Award, Leesburg Regional Medical Center Foundation Hope in Healing Humanitarian Award in 2014 and was named Physician of the Quarter Award at Florida Hospital Waterman.

In his spare time, Dr. Hussein enjoys spending quality time with family and friends.

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Q&A with Medical Oncologist Dr. Maen Hussein: Lung Cancer

Lung cancer isn’t only developed through smoking. How can non-smokers protect themselves from this cancer?

There is no specific practice to protect yourself specifically from non-smoker-related lung cancer. Protecting your health in general -- with exercise, avoiding second-hand smoke and committing to healthy diets, as well as avoiding other toxins such as marijuana, can possibly reduce the risk.


What can people who smoke, or have smoked, do to monitor their lung health?

Lung cancer screening is recommended for active smokers or people who quit within 15 years of reaching the age of 55 (and until the age of 79). Patients who meet this criterion should ask their primary care physicians about this low-dose CT chest scan.


What is the difference between lung cancers in smokers vs. non-smokers?

In general, smokers do worse than non-smokers when diagnosed with lung cancer. It could be because smokers may have other illnesses such as heart or lung disease, which makes it harder to be treated. Smoking can also weaken the immune system. There is data that shows when a patient quits smoking after starting treatment for lung cancer, they do better than patients who continue to smoke.

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Medical Oncologist, Dr. Maen Hussein, discusses the importance of educating his patients about their diagnosis while developing their personalized treatment plan.

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Medical School

University of Jordan - Amman, Jordan

Internship and Residency

Islamic Hospital | Amman, Jordan

Albasheer General Hospital | Amman, Jordan

Security Forces Hospital | Riyadh-KSA

Brown University at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island | Pawtucket, RI


Saint Louis University | St. Louis, MO

Board Certified

Medical Oncology


Internal Medicine

Board Appointments

Florida Society of Clinical Oncology (FLASCO), Board Member

Florida Cancer Specialists Executive Board | Physician Director of Finance

Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation| Board Member

Awards & Recognition

Outstanding Achievement Award, 2010, Leesburg Regional Medical Center

Physician of the Quarter Award at Florida Hospital Waterman

Hope in Healing Humanitarian Award, 2014, Leesburg Regional Medical Center Foundation


American Cancer Society

American College of Physicians

American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)

Community Oncology Alliance (COA)

Florida Society of Clinical Oncology (FLASCO)