Video: Building North Carolina Cancer Center

The Duke Cancer Center, from demolition to completion

The Duke Cancer Center, opened in 2012, is a state-of-the-art, patient care facility in North Carolina, USA, which provides patients with access to a more streamlined approach to cancer care.

The 267,000ft2,seven-storey Cancer Center building epitomizes the Duke Cancer Institute model -- fully integrating care and research. The synergy fostered by the cancer facility and DCI will accelerate the translation of research discoveries into the most advanced clinical care for patients.

This Earth Cam footage shows the demolition of the previous buildings right through to the completion of the brand new centre.




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