Solution sought to continue sickle-cell outpatient care

Greene, Jay
March 2008
Crain's Detroit Business;3/10/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p19
The article reports that officials at Wayne State University (WSU) School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan and the Detroit Medical Center Inc. (DMC) are working to ensure that outpatient care for sickle-cell patients continues at Michigan's Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute. Valerie Parisi of WSU said that unless DMC, WSU and Karmanos reach a new agreement by April 30 2008, care for sickle-cell patients at Karmanos may end.


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