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I N V E S T I N G I N hopehopePhilanthropy in action at the UVA Canc e r C e nt e r
 

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hopehopePhilanthropy in action at the UVA Canc e r C e nt e r
Beyond the Blueprints
WHAT WILL THE FUTURE of cancer
treatment look like? In April 2011, the
Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center opens
its doors to patients, giving us our first
glimpse into a new world of cancer care.
Why build this facility now? The UVA
Cancer Center records more than 44,000
patient visits annually; by 2020, cancer
incidence is expected to increase by 50
percent.
The Couric Center will provide care
for more patients, more efficiently, cutting
wait times, especially in areas like infusion.
It's designed specifically for the next
generation of cancer treatment, integrating
advanced diagnostic imaging technologies
with innovative new therapies.The building

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences