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£35m clinical trial unit opens

22nd November 2010

The Christie Hospital in Manchester has opened the doors of a new clinical trials unit, which will treat around 2,400 people annually.

The £35 million unit will give patients the ability to be treated with new drugs and has been described as the largest unit of its kind in the world. Chief Executive Caroline Shaw said: "This new centre will enable us to undertake even more research, ultimately saving lives across the world. Through providing the highest quality environment and integrating clinical trials and chemotherapy services we will...ensure local patients can access the very best services and treatment." 

 

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