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New Head and Neck Cancer Facility Announced

Head and Neck Cancer Facility Announced

Plans for a new head and neck cancer program and a new facility on the Creighton University Medical Center campus were announced Thursday, May 3, at the Lied Learning and Technology Center, 425 North 30th Street.

Thomas Dobleman, M.D., founder and chair of the Dobleman Institute, made the announcement along with other health care leadership.

Also participating in the announcement were Gov. Dave Heineman, Patrick Brookhouser, M.D., director of Boys Town National Research Hospital, .Cam Enarson, M.D., vice president for Health Sciences and dean of the School of Medicine at Creighton University; and Linda Ollis, chief executive officer of Creighton University Medical Center.

A major regional clinical and research initiative, the Dobleman Institute is spearheaded by a group of Omaha physicians. The institute will offer an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach for head and neck cancer and tumor patients and their families.

posted 05/03/07

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