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Fox Chase Cancer Center

Fox Chase Cancer Center is the region's only teaching hospital devoted to cancer. A National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center, Fox Chase is a hotbed for new research, with more than 200 trials ongoing at any one time. Fox Chase physicians have won numerous accolades, including two Nobel Prizes. Fox Chase has created a radiation therapy site in Buckingham Township, Bucks County and has been mulling a merger with a larger partner such as Temple. In early 2012, Fox Chase is slated to open the Cancer Genome Institute.

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Fox Chase Cancer Center

333 Cottman Ave. Philadelphia , PA 19111 (215) 728-6900 http://www.fccc.edu/
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Fox Chase Cancer Center is the region’s only teaching hospital devoted to cancer. A National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center, Fox Chase is a hotbed for new research, with more than 200 trials ongoing at any one time. Fox Chase physicians have won numerous accolades, including two Nobel Prizes. Fox Chase has created a radiation therapy site in Buckingham Township, Bucks County and has been mulling a merger with a larger partner such as Temple. In early 2012, Fox Chase is slated to open the Cancer Genome Institute.
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