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Neighborhood rivals

Boston hospitals' suburban expansion sets up a showdown between dueling outpatient centers

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / June 21, 2009

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Dr. Angus McIntyre had been treating cancer patients alongside doctors from Partners HealthCare in Peabody ever since Massachusetts General Hospital founded the company in 1994. But when Partners opened a new cancer center in Danvers, officials told McIntyre that they would no longer allow oncologists like him who were there only one day a week. McIntyre and a second cancer ... (Full article: 1672 words)

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