La Jolla, Calif. — In April, the University of California, San Diego, will open a new facility hosting the UCSD Cancer Center. The five-story facility, which has been under construction since November 2002, will house five floors of laboratories and 22 principal investigators on a 2.4-acre site adjacent to Thornton Hospital on the southeast portion of the university campus here.

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