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U.S. Oncology opens new outpatient center

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The opening of the Northwest Cancer Specialists Rose Quarter Cancer Center in Portland, OR, was U.S. Oncology’s 75th cancer center and eighth PET facility. Other U.S. Oncology PET centers are located in Austin, TX, Dallas, Denver, Indianapolis,

The opening of the Northwest Cancer Specialists Rose Quarter Cancer Center in Portland, OR, was U.S. Oncology’s 75th cancer center and eighth PET facility. Other U.S. Oncology PET centers are located in Austin, TX, Dallas, Denver, Indianapolis, Overland Park, KS, Seattle, and Spokane, WA. Nearly 80% of all cancer care in the U.S. is delivered in community outpatient settings. U.S. Oncology serves one of every seven cancer patients and contributes more patients to clinical trials than any other U.S. medical enterprise.

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