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Doretta’s lung cancer was removed with minimally-invasive surgery.
Margo made an informed decision about her treatment after her diagnosis
Complex surgeries allowed Rich to get back to the sidelines and back to family life.
Henry Ford Health is creating more hope for patients around the world. With one unified team of cancer specialists and innovations ranging from precision medicine to MRI-guided radiation therapy, we deliver one-of-a-kind cancer treatments — crafted precisely for you.
Our 1,450 highly skilled doctors, researchers, nurse navigators and other healthcare specialists provide world class cancer care to thousands of patients each year. Our new cancer pavilion is the heart of Henry Ford Cancer, which has locations across southeast and south central Michigan. With five hospital locations, seven additional outpatient cancer centers and dozens of aligned doctor’s offices, you can find expert care close to you. Henry Ford is also a Blue Cross Distinction Center for Cancer Care. We are one strong, integrated team, ensuring you have access to the latest advances in cancer treatment, research, clinical trials and support throughout your journey. We have treated people from every state in the U.S. and every continent in the world.
We don’t just treat cancer. We treat your cancer.
Our doctors treat a full range of cancer types, including:
Your personalized treatment plan will depend on the type of cancer, your medical history, preferences, and priorities. Treatment may include one or more of the following:
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This twice monthly group, facilitated by a professional counselor/social worker, offers patients an opportunity to express their feelings and...
Sharing your cancer diagnosis is not easy - you'll likely be considering who to tell and how much to share. A psychologist offers advice on how to have those conversations.
People often get anxiety when they come in for cancer scans--understandably so. Here are ways to help you keep calm.
When a loved one has cancer, it’s natural to want to lend your support. A nurse shares ways to help.
From diagnosis to survivorship, there are a variety of cancer support services that can help you physically and mentally cope with this difficult experience. Here's how to get started.