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£35 million cancer unit plans

6th February 2008

Hospital bosses say that a £35m expansion of the Christie Hospital in Manchester will transform it into a world leader in testing pioneering cancer treatments.

A new patient treatment centre planned for the Withington site will include an early trials unit and new chemotherapy services with about 2,400 patients a year benefiting. It will include about 70 beds, 60 treatment chairs, 10 consulting suites and two laboratories and follows the announcement last November by the Christie Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for £17m radiotherapy centres in Oldham and Salford.

 

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