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August 16, 2013 12:00 AM

CMC-University’s new radiation treatment center slated for 2014

The $9.75 million center, being built on the hospital’s campus at North Tryon Street and W.T. Harris Boulevard, will modernize equipment and make it easier for patients in the University area to get treatment.

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