At the Henry Ford Cancer Institute, our cancer experts have treated patients from every continent and all 50 states. Our guiding principle for the delivery of superior care demands a multidisciplinary approach with the best experts at the table to treat each patient. The breadth and depth of technologies and treatments pioneered and used routinely by our cancer specialists ensures access to the best care for your patients. These include robotic procedures, stereotactic radiosurgery techniques and advanced intraoperative imaging. We offer 24 hour a day nurse coordinators and referring physician services, along with concierge services.
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This animated PowerPoint describes the clinically available system for MRI-guided radiation in Radiation Oncology at the Henry Ford Cancer Institute, the home of the first in the world MRLinac from ViewRay.
Tamer Ghanem, MD, PhD, evaluates surgical versus non-surgical treatment outcomes for the management of oropharyngeal cancer.
Craig Rogers, MD, director of Renal Surgery and Urologic Oncology at Henry Ford Hospital, discusses kidney cancer surgery using robotic technology for a minimally invasive approach, along with indications and benefits of partial nephrectomy, ...
Steven N. Kalkanis, MD, chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at Henry Ford Health System, provides an overview of the national guidelines for brain metastases and related best practices for neurosurgery.
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As a national leader in cancer care, we are often one of the first programs in Michigan to have access to emerging treatments and clinical trials from the National Cancer Institute. HIPEC is an example of an advanced treatment we now offer.