Cancer Patients Can Now Receive Treatment Locally As Phillips Family Cancer Center Is Set To Open In Southampton Cancer Patients Can Now Receive Treatment Locally As Phillips Family Cancer Center Is Set To Open In Southampton - 27 East

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Cancer Patients Can Now Receive Treatment Locally As Phillips Family Cancer Center Is Set To Open In Southampton

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author on Apr 22, 2019
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, in partnership with Stony Brook Medicine, will officially open its Phillips Family Cancer Center on April 25, becoming the South Fork’s first medical center to offer... more

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