New cancer research center comes to harlem

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Harlem continues to attract investments in the latest technologies.

A consortium of major cancer centers in NYC, including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Beth Israel Medical Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, Montefiore Medical Center, and Mount Sinai Hospital have identified an entire City-owned block in Harlem between East 126th and East 127th as the future location of the New York Proton Center.

The $240 million project will offer proton beam therapy services to 1500 patients per year.

Via New York Proton Center Identifies Harlem Location ›

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11 Responses to New cancer research center comes to harlem

  1. Andrew Charles says:

    fabulous! let’s keep it going!!!!

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