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$5 MILLION DONATION FOR CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY RESEARCH IN RUSH UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

Numerous medical research are created to develop new discoveries in the field of modern medicine, thanks to countless donations and grants from generous people and service-oriented organizations. In a news release, Chicago philanthropists Robert and Emily King has donated $5 million to Rush University Medical Center as support for cancer immunotherapy research. “Our hope is […]

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