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Dr. Luis T. Campos


Dr. Campos served as the President of the Texas Society of Clinical Oncology from 2008-2010. He is also a member of the American Association for Cancer Research, American Medical Association, American Society of Clinical Oncology, Texas Medical Association, Harris County Medical Society, Fort Bend Medical Society, MD Anderson Associates, and the Peruvian American Medical Society.

Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology


Medical Degree: The Peruvian University Cayetano Heredia – Lima, Peru

Residency: Graduate Hospital University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, PA

Fellowship: University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center – Houston, TX


  • “Most Compassionate Doctor” 2012

  • “Best Doctors” Since 2011

  • “Patients’ Choice Award” 2011

  • “Texas Monthly Super Doctors” 2009-2011

  • “America’s Top Oncologists” Since 2009

  • “H Texas Top Docs” H Texas Magazine 2009-2011

  • “The Valerie and Prewitt Semmes Award”

  • “The Roussel Laboratories Award (Peru)”

Hospital Affiliations

  • Memorial Hermann Memorial City Hospital

  • Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital

  • University General Hospital

  • HCA West Houston Medical Center

  • Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center

  • Methodist Sugar Land Hospital

  • Methodist Hospital - Texas Medical Center

  • Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital

  • Methodist West Houston Hospital

  • St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital

  • Methodist Willowbrook Hospital

"Twenty nine years ago today at the age of 26, Dr. Campos told me I was cancer free and that he'd see me in 3 months. Originally diagnosed in July 1984 with stage 2B Hodgkin's Lymphoma, I was treated with 5 rounds of MOPP therapy and radiation treatment by Dr. Art Hamburger. I will never forget the grin on Dr. Campos' face after my second round of chemo and there was no visible tumor. Priceless! The nurses and staff were the best. I have been cancer free ever since with no relapse. I feel great and remain very active at 55. I highly recommend Dr. Campos. He saved my life!"

- John


Texas Medical Center
Memorial City
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