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Cancer centre in Belfast

28th November 2007

A new £25m cancer research centre has been opened at Queen’s University in Belfast.

Housing more than 300 researchers from across the world, the centre will focus on new methods of prevention, treatment and diagnosis and will make Belfast a centre of excellence in cancer research.

Former Senator George Mitchell, who opened the centre, said: “This new centre places Northern Ireland in the front line of the worldwide crusade to tackle cancer. The international dimension of the centre’s work is crucial. Cancer doesn’t recognise boundaries or geographical frontiers.?


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Article Information

Title: Cancer centre in Belfast
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 4908
Date Added: 28th Nov 2007


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