Michigan cancer plan wins state’s initial OK
Detroit Free Press, July 2, 2008
Michigan has moved a step closer to getting a high-tech proton beam cancer radiation facility after the state health department gave preliminary approval to Beaumont Hospitals' plan. The decision is a setback for six other health systems working in a consortium to build a single, shared center. The consortium is expected to proceed with plans for its own site, or one shared by other hospitals.
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