This case involves a fifty-nine-year-old man who was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the mouth and tongue. The cancer was stage III at the time of diagnosis and the oncologist on the patient’s case sought the input from several other doctors to help manage the patient’s care. The plan was for the patient to have the remainder of his teeth extracted prior to beginning chemotherapy and external beam radiation. The doctors involved were a medical oncologist, a radiation oncologist, a dentist, and an oral surgeon. The patient’s teeth were extracted and he was admitted to the hospital that day to begin the chemotherapy. He was hospitalized for five days to receive the treatment and was then discharged home to recover. Two days later, he was re-hospitalized for severe neutropenia and died shortly after as a result of being severely immunocompromised.