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Beaumont, Royal Oak breaks ground on Proton Therapy Center to treat cancer

Construction has begun on a new Proton Therapy Center at Beaumont Hospital’s Cancer Institute in Royal Oak. Proton therapy is a newer, high-tech alternative to treating certain cancers. The benefits: a scanning beam of proton radiation with online image guidance offers greater precision to destroy cancerous cells, sparing healthy tissue with fewer side effects. This will be the first single-room proton treatment center of its kind in Michigan.

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Miles4Alex and Rock Companies/Beaumont Kids Fair Event roll into Birmingham to raise funds for Detroit2Nepal

Developed by Richard Keidan, M.D, Miles4Alex is open to everyone. It is led by a group of special needs children who received free, custom adaptive bikes from Beaumont Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Bike Program – one of the program’s benefiting from the fundraising event.

Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day benefits Children’s Miracle Network and Beaumont Children’s Hospital

For the eighth consecutive year, Dairy Queen's Miracle Treat Day invites people to come out to area stores, enjoy a Blizzard Treat and raise funds for services and equipment for patients at Beaumont Children's Hospital.

Beaumont awarded research grant from National Cancer Institute

Metro Detroit area residents with cancer, and those throughout Michigan, will have access to federally-funded cancer research studies thanks to a five-year grant recently awarded to the Beaumont Cancer Institute. Beaumont Health System is one of 34 community sites participating in the National Cancer Institute’s Community Oncology Research Program.

Beaumont doctors give patients heart attacks to save lives

Campbell was one of three patients who interventional cardiologists from across the nation and Japan came to observe for a first-of-its-kind training course with live patient surgeries at Beaumont's Tyner Center for Cardiovascular Interventions.

Sterling Heights woman back in the swing of life after heartburn surgery

Sometimes the answer to a problem is right in front of you. For Kathleen Nevedal, now 63, it came in the form of a brochure. She lived with stomach issues for about 25 years. Early on it was bouts with the discomfort of heartburn. But her acid reflux became more frequent, severe and disruptive - waking her in the middle of the night.