NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center's federal grant has been renewed for five years at more than $23 million from the National Cancer Institute , it announced on Thursday.

Case CCC, one of 41 centers across the US designated by NCI as a comprehensive care center, comprises Case Western Reserve University, which serves as its host, the Cleveland Clinic, and University Hospital Case Medical Center. It has held NCI designation for 25 years and received comprehensive status in 1998.

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