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St. Joseph Mercy Brighton cancer center to celebrate 10-year anniversary

Brighton Cancer Center

To celebrate its 10-year anniversary and National Cancer Survivors Day® , St. Joseph Mercy Brighton Cancer Center, named for Warren R. and Lauraine A. Hoensheid, will host a celebration on Sunday, June 5, 2016 at St. Joseph Mercy Brighton.

At the event, members of the community will join physicians and staff for a brief program led by Health Reporter Lila Lazarus to rededicate the Cancer Center and honor cancer survivors in the community.  All cancer survivors and their families, no matter where they received their care, are welcome to attend.

Tours of the center will be available with clinicians stationed to demonstrate services offered in that area.  Survivors will be invited to plant a perennial in a flower bed in front of the Cancer Center as a symbol of growth and healing, courtesy of Livingston Landscape.

“We are so pleased to take a moment to reflect on how far we have come and share this important milestone with patients and their families in Livingston County,” said John Stout, regional director of Oncology Services, Saint Joseph Mercy Health System. “We have taken care of more than 4,600 patients at the Brighton Cancer Center since we opened a decade ago. The strength and courage of all cancer patients is something to celebrate.”

WHAT: St. Joseph Mercy Brighton Cancer Center’s 10th Anniversary and National Cancer Survivors Day® Celebration

WHERE:  St. Joseph Mercy Brighton Cancer Center, located at 7575 Grand River, in Brighton

WHEN: Sunday, June 5, 2016 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

RSVP by May 31: 810-844-7207 | Kathryn.Rusak@stjoeshealth.org

As Livingston County’s only full-service cancer care center, St. Joseph Mercy Brighton Cancer Center provides patients the latest in cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment, while offering modern radiation therapies with access to clinical trials and support groups. As  part of Saint Joseph Mercy Cancer Network, with locations in Ann Arbor, Brighton, Canton, Chelsea, Livonia and Pontiac, patients can rest assured they are receiving the most advanced cancer care in a soothing environment designed to facilitate hope and healing. St. Joe’s board certified radiation and medical oncologists offer patients the finest level of care that can be found in the region.

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