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Stanford to spend $21M on center for translating cancer research
San Jose Business Journal

Stanford University School of Medicine’s efforts to deliver cancer discoveries in the lab to the bedsides of patients will find a home in a $21 million, three-story building named after former Board of Trustees president and retired venture capitalist John Freidenrich and his wife, Jill. The 30,690-square-foot Jill and John Freidenrich Center for Translational Research, which is expected to open in August 2012 at the corner of Welch Road near Durand Way, will house 250 researchers focused on cancer clinical trials, Stanford said.

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