October 7, 2015
LAS VEGAS (AP) -
Officials said Tuesday that the Nevada Cancer Institute at
University Medical Center would restore the lost services and add
some new ones, including radiation therapy starting in 2011.
Officials say the 13,000-square-foot center was built with a $3
million grant from the Lincy Foundation.
The treatment center includes outpatient, inpatient, education
and support services.
The institute now has three locations in the Las Vegas area.
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