"Surgeons Opened Her Skull to Remove a Cancerous Tumor. Instead They Found A Tapeworm" - Lindsey Bever
New York Proton Center, New York state's first proton therapy facility, has opened its doors in East Harlem. A consortium of three New York City-based health care institutions—Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK), Montefiore Health System and Mount Sinai Health System—will begin sending patients and providing clinical expertise to the new center. ProHEALTH, a multi-specialty health care network, provides back end business support for the center. “This center will not only provide metro area patients with an extremely high level of care, but it will serve as the site of clinical trials that hold the potential to significantly influence the way we treat cancer,” said Kenneth Rosenzweig, MD, professor and system chair of radiation oncology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He added, “Our mission is to deliver both clinical excellence and innovative research that saves lives today and in the future."
— Kenneth E. Rosenzweig, MD, Professor, System Chair, Radiation Oncology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai