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Marlborough Hospital unveils plans for expanded cancer care services

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Marlborough Hospital has announced plans to design a Cancer Pavilion to provide expanded cancer care services for the communities it serves. In partnership with the UMass Memorial Health Care Cancer Center of Excellence, Marlborough Hospital’s President and CEO John Polanowicz unveiled initial hospital plans for the project design in a March 25 presentation. The Cancer Pavilion is estimated to be a 14,500-square-foot addition to the north side of the hospital that will include cancer care services, such as medical oncology and radiation oncology. For more information about the hospital, visit www.marlboroughhospital.org.

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