Duke Medicine in North Carolina to Open $230M Cancer Center

Durham, N.C.-based Duke Medicine will soon open the $230 million Duke Cancer Center, according to a Chronicle report.

The 267,000-square-foot center, part of Duke's approximately $700 million expansion project, will consolidate all outpatient oncology services, including radiation oncology, breast and gynecology oncology clinics and brain tumor and melanoma clinics, among others. The center houses 123 clinical exam rooms, 73 infusion stations and three clinical floors, and it will connect to the Duke Clinics and the in-progress Duke Medicine Pavilion and Duke University Hospital via a concourse. Duke Cancer Institute's support services will also be located in the building.

The center was designed to create a comfortable and healing environment for patients and features natural light, a relaxation room and a garden.

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