Dana-Farber Cancer Institute | 100 Great Hospitals in America 2017
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Boston). The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute got its start in 1947 when Sidney Farber, MD, founded the Children's Cancer Research Foundation to provide cancer treatment to children and develop preventative treatments and cures for the future. The hospital expanded its programs to deliver adult cancer care in 1969. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is also home to the 275,000-square-foot Yawkey Center for Cancer Care, which is equipped with 100 exam rooms, more than 150 infusion spaces and 20 consultation rooms. The Yawkey Center was designed to facilitate collaboration between researchers and clinicians.
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