Men Who Cook — Tom Groth Patient Medical Needs Fund

Raising money for the Tom Groth Patient Medical Needs Fund, the Henry Ford Health System and partners hosted "Men Who Cook" May 23 at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. More than 300 people attended the festivities. Photos by Patrick Gloria.


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