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Turville Bay Medical Director, Dr. Michelle Mackay Radiation Oncologist

Understanding metastatic cancer is essential to treating patients, helping families cope, and lending support and information to our community. While the focus in cancer care is early diagnosis, it is estimated that as many as 30% of early stage breast cancers, for example, become metastatic cancers. Yet research lags in this field. Why are some cancers more likely to metastasize than others?...


Dr. Michelle MacKay

In this new year, much is changing in healthcare: insurance, hospital partnerships, and even the way we look at healthcare. As a physician that cares for patients at what may be the toughest time of their life, it seems improvements in the healthcare technology we use have taken a backseat to other news. These technology improvements are essential in providing treatments that enable patients...

TomoTherapy Madison Wisconsin Radiation Oncology center

Left: Dr. James Richardson finds Turville Bay’s TomoTherapy HDA technology useful when treating prostate cancers. Top center: Dr. Michelle Mackay. Bottom center: Dr. Frank Goodin, PhD. Top right: Dr. June Kim. Bottom right: Dr. Michelle Mackay leads the team's stereotactic radiosurgery practice using a Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator.