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Stanford opens South Bay cancer center designed with patients’ feedback
Daily Democrat

When its doors open next week, Stanford Cancer Center South Bay will be more than just a medical facility that is closer to local residents than Palo Alto: It will also feature some of the comforts of home.

The 70,000-square-foot building at Highway 85 and Bascom Avenue could begin taking cancer patients for treatment and exams as soon as July 13. The vision for the center took off when Stanford announced in 2013 that it would occupy the vacant new building and asked patients and their advocates what they’d like to see offered.