New player in metro Phoenix increases choices for cancer care
Arizona-based Banner Health will provide the space and money and share medical control over its latest venture in exchange for star power and name recognition in cancer healthcare. Banner has unveiled a pact with the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to build a $90 million cancer hospital and clinic in the Phoenix area. Many expect the center to bring a competitive force that will shake up the lucrative business of cancer care among healthcare providers in the region.
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