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Ken left his Traverse City home to live six weeks in Detroit during the peak of Covid-19 for crucial tongue cancer treatment. He knew he made the right decision for his health and safety the minute he arrived at Henry Ford Hospital.
After treatment that included world-first MRI-guided radiation therapy, coupled with chemotherapy, Jack’s pancreatic cancer is now in remission.
Bruce V. Hough received treatment for recurrent prostate cancer using world-first MRI-guided radiation therapy at the Henry Ford Cancer Institute.
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