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US Oncology Launches New Flexible Options for Community Oncologists to Join the United Network of US Oncology
Date:5/3/2010

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  • And other value added services available only through the United Network of US Oncology

  • Practices with a Targeted Physician Services relationship can join the United Network of US Oncology and remain independent, but have the power and strength of a nationwide network behind them.

    US Oncology has a long history of uniting physicians to create innovative solutions for oncology care. The new flexible options allow more physicians to participate and apply these resources to create a better future for cancer care in America. For a full list of United Network of US Oncology members, and to find an affiliated practice or physician, please visit the site map at www.usoncology.com.

    About US Oncology

    US Oncology, Inc. is the nation's leading integrated oncology company. By uniting the largest community-based cancer treatment and research network in America, US Oncology expands patient access to high-quality care and advances the science of cancer care. Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, US Oncology is affiliated with more than 1,300 community-based oncologists, and works with patients, hospitals, payers, and the medical industry across all phases of the cancer research and delivery continuum. Through the use of innovative technology, clinical research, evidence-based medicine and shared best practices, US Oncology improves patient outcomes and offers a better patient experience.

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