could be the most
you'll ever make.
It begins with a single cell. Then two,
then four - then sixteen. So microscopi-
cally small, you'd never know it was
there at all.
And because you have no symptoms,
you come to the logical conclusion that
you're not sick. So, your annual check
up just slips by. And life goes on...
At Beaumont we know that the best way
to save your life is to catch cancer early.
That's why we offer patients some of the
most advanced diagnostic and precise
imaging technology available.
And why we detect more early stage
cancer than any other hospital in
Michigan - even the cancer hospitals.
At Beaumont, we're committed to early
Because the only thing worse than
finding out you have cancer, is finding
out too late.
It's your life...
Do you have a Beaumont doctor?
Jeffrey Margolis, M.D., is a medical oncologist
whose training includes two fellowships in
Oncology and Hematology at Johns Hopkins
University. "Before a single cancer cell begins to
generate more," lie says, "my job is to get rid of
it." New tools include genetic testing, and the
latest National Cancer Institute-approved
October 25 • 2007