The Face of Radiation Oncology - Arthur Frazier, M.D.



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Faces of Detroit 2017 Special Section

 

ARTHUR FRAZIER, M.D.

5680 BOW POINTE DR., CLARKSTON, MI 48346 | 248-922-6610
1080 HARRINGTON BLVD., MOUNT CLEMENS, MI 48043 | 586-493-7510
1221 PINE GROVE AVE., PORT HURON, MI 48060 | 810-989-3322

In addition to choosing equipment and handpicking his staff, radiation oncologist Dr. Arthur Frazier carefully develops individualized treatment plans. As head of the radiation oncology programs at Karmanos Cancer Institute’s centers at McLaren Macomb, McLaren Clarkston, and McLaren Port Huron, he is part of a multidisciplinary team that cares for patients who are often scheduled for same-day procedures.

Dr. Frazier has the expertise and technology to provide advanced radiation therapy for all cancer types. Treatments include: external beam, low-dose internal (brachytherapy), high-dose rate brachytherapy (HDR), and image- guided stereotactic radiosurgery. Stereotactic radiosurgery is the most accurate, focused form of radiotherapy and is associated with high rates of local control and success and minimal side effects. Dr. Frazier also uses specialized equipment to monitor internal organ motion to guide his therapy.

Dr. Frazier and his partners enroll patients in national clinical trials, bringing the latest in worldwide academic research to metro Detroit.

 

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