UncategorizedSanford investing over $100M to make Roger Maris Cancer Center a 'destination' for treatment

FARGO — Sanford Health plans a major expansion of its Roger Maris Cancer Center, including the addition of bone marrow transplant and immunotherapy programs, in a bid to make it a “destination” for cancer treatment.

The plans follow a “reimagining” of the cancer center at its downtown site and aim to improve what Sanford regards as “one of the crown jewels” among the health system’s medical services, said Nate White, chief operating officer and Sanford Fargo president. Over time, the entire downtown campus — which served as Sanford’s main campus until the new medical center opened in 2017 near Veterans Boulevard — will be dedicated to the cancer center and affiliated programs. Read the full article here.



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