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April 29th, 2005
The Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center received a $9.6 million donation, the largest in the center’s history, the university announced yesterday.
Current research projects at the cancer center include research in nanotechnology, prostate cancer prevention and a biomedical informatics grid that aims to create an emerging “world wide web of cancer research — a technological feat that is expected to revolutionize the way that cancer research is conducted in the United States and around the globe,” Amy DeMaria, Medical Center spokeswoman, said.
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