When cancer strikes

Lauer, Charles S.
June 2005
Modern Healthcare;6/6/2005, Vol. 35 Issue 23, p24
Trade Publication
Looks at the story of the battle of Peter Lawson, executive vice president of hospital operations of Health Management Associates and John Hillenmeyer, president and CEO of Orlando Regional Healthcare against cancer. Challenges encountered by Lawson and Hillenmeyer; Impact of cancer treatment on the quality of life of patients; Information on the therapy undergone by Lawson and Hillenmeyer.


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