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  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette The Parkview Cancer Institute

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette An open air patio for patients, visitors and staff at the Parkview Cancer Institute.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette A Digital Rad machine, a more traditional x-ray machine, located in the Parkview Cancer Institute.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette The Healing Garden, located in the Parkview Cancer Institute, is available for patients, their family and staff to enjoy a quiet moment.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette The CyberKnife machine, which can be used to help isolate treatment to specific areas at the Parkview Cancer Institute.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette A waiting area in the Parkview Cancer Institute. An Open House will be held, Sunday, May 20th, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette An Infusion area where patients are able to have guests with them while receiving treatment at the Parkview Cancer Institute.

  • Michelle Davies | THe Journal Gazette The lobby of the Parkview Cancer Institute. The Institute will host an open house Sunday, May 20th, from 1-4 p.m.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Marilyn Ignasiak, field application specialist with Roche, trains Melissa Rhodes, left, and Mindy Bermes, both lab scientists at Parkview Cancer Institute, on the Cobas C 311, a chemistry analyzer machine.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Neil Sharma, interventional endiscopy doctor at Parkview Cancer Institute, talks about the advantages of the CyberKnife, a machine that can pinpoint areas of cancer treatment with radiation, requires no incisions and is designed to reduce pain and recovery time.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 3:00 pm

The Parkview Cancer Institute