Bay City, Michigan 48706
Front Page Photo of the Day Log-IN About us
www.mybaycity.com July 2, 2003
(Prior Story)   Business ArTicle 228   (Next Story)
Sponsored by Bay Area Chamber of Commerce

Great Lakes Cancer Institute Links Bay Area to World Class Care&Research

Rapid Access to Latest Treatments is Goal of New Institute

July 2, 2003       Leave a Comment
By: Dave Rogers

Printer Friendly Story View

The Great Lakes Cancer Institute (GLCI), a partnership between Michigan State University (MSU) and McLaren Health Center (MHC), is providing Bay area residents with the latest and best weapons to fight cancer.
 

The Great Lakes Cancer Institute (GLCI), a partnership between Michigan State University (MSU) and McLaren Health Center (MHC), is providing Bay area residents with the latest and best weapons to fight cancer.



GLCI will integrate research and educational resources with physicians and facilities of McLaren. The Bay area medical community, including Bay Regional Medical Center, now have access to MSU's Clinical Trials Office and Scientific Review Committee.

What does all this meanto area residents concerned about health care?

Free or low-cost screenings for a variety of cancers will be offered.

"The overall goal is to provide Michigan residents with a leading resource for cancer patient care and education, significant cancer research and rapid access to the latest treatment, trials and medicines," say GLCI officials.

Key components of GLCI will be housed as follows: basic research faculty at MSU; clinical and research faculty at Mclaren's acute care facilities, including Bay, Ingham, Lapeer and Flint regional medical centers.

"Cutting edge treatments such as barachytherapy, gene-targeted drug therapy and other modalities will be available through GLCI locally, rather than at a university treatment facility," officials state.

"GLCI will partner with community-based physicians to provide access to the same type of clinical protocols previously available only at academic health centers," GLCI officials add.

A statewide network ofaccredited physicians is expected to number 300 by year end.

Physicians and patients who would like more information may call GLCI's Flint office, 1-866-696-4524.



Printer Friendly Story View
Prior Article

June 18, 2019
by: Stephen Kent
ODRAM: One Day Ride Across Michigan
Next Article

June 13, 2019
by: Lynn Naylor
100 Years Of Michigan State Parks
Agree? or Disagree?


Dave Rogers

Dave Rogers is a former editorial writer for the Bay City Times and a widely read,
respected journalist/writer in and around Bay City.
(Contact Dave Via Email at carraroe@aol.com)

More from Dave Rogers

Send This Story to a Friend!       Letter to the editor       Link to this Story
Printer-Friendly Story View


--- Advertisments ---
     


0200 Nd: 06-15-2019 d 4 cpr 0





SPONSORED LINKS

LOCAL LINKS
(Ads not affiliated with Google)




Ads By MyBayCity.com
Bay Area Chamber of Commerce
Click Here to Visit Our Site!
Improving The Economic Climate, Business Environment & Quality of Living Throughout The Bay Area

Ads By MyBayCity.com
Rotary Club of Bay City
rotary.org
Click Here To Join Today

Ads By MyBayCity.com
Begick
http://begicknursery.com/
Begick Nursery and Garden Center





Designed at OJ Advertising, Inc. (V3) (v3) Software by Mid-Michigan Computer Consultants
Bay City, Michigan USA
All Photographs and Content Copyright © 1998 - 2019 by OJA/MMCC. They may be used by permission only.
P3V3-0200 (1) 0   ID:Default   UserID:Default   Type:reader   R:x   PubID:mbC   NewspaperID:noPaperID
  pid:1560   pd:11-18-2012   nd:2019-06-15   ax:2019-06-19   Site:5   ArticleID:228   MaxA: 999999   MaxAA: 999999
CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)