United by common goals and collaborative activities across MD Anderson’s 9 million-square-foot campus, many of the proposed centers and institutes will not require a central physical site. As demands for cancer care and long-term follow-up care for survivors increase, however, and as the need to develop and test molecular-based therapies expands, MD Anderson will meet the need by creating new facilities and renovating existing ones. Through this continuous reinvestment MD Anderson creates functional, cutting-edge and comfortable spaces that reinforce the institution’s reputation throughout the world.
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