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  1. Press/News
    Learn more about prostate cancer from Dr. Dan Wattson’s WCCO interview.
    More than 30,000 men in Minnesota will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2019. Dr. Dan Wattson, a radiation oncologist from Minneapolis Radiation Oncology, answers questions about prostate cancer on WCCO TV.
  2. Press/News
    MRO welcomes Jenna F. Borkenhagen, MD
    As of August 1, 2019, Radiation Oncologist Dr. Borkenhagen joined MRO and is treating patients at St. Francis Cancer Center.
  3. Sponsored Events
    2019 Zero Prostate Cancer 5k Run/Walk Sponsorship
    Minneapolis Radiation Oncology is teaming up to fight prostate cancer and support men and their families.
  4. Sponsored Events
    2019 American Brain Tumor Association 5k Run/Walk Sponsorship
    MRO is proud to Team Up with the ABTA as a Gold Sponsor for the 2019 BT5k Run/Walk.
  5. Sponsored Events
    Team MRO rallied to fight breast cancer
    The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Twin Cities and Brainerd Lakes Race for the Cure for the Cure to support breast cancer […]
  6. Patient Stories
    Mike | Prostate cancer
    Mike doesn’t let anything slow him down. After he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, this avid cyclist chose MRO for radiation therapy.
  7. Patient Stories
    Mary | Breast cancer
    Mary was 35 weeks pregnant when she learned she had breast cancer.
  8. Patient Stories
    Ron | Anal cancer
    When Ron was diagnosed with anal cancer, he turned to his faith first.
  9. Patient Stories
    Brad | Prostate cancer and Melissa | Breast cancer
    After Melissa learned she had breast cancer, she knew exactly who to turn to for advice on radiation therapy: her father, Brad
  10. Sponsored Events
    MRO is a proud Platinum sponsor of the Angel Foundation’s Angel Gala 2019
    The Angel Foundation provides financial and emotional support to local adults with cancer and their families.

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