Nevada Cancer Institute in Summerlin Las Vegas celebrates its one year anniversary. The center opened its 142,000-square-foot, $50 million Red Rock real estate building near Town Center Drive and the 215 Las Vegas Beltway in September 2005.
“We have made significant strides during our first year of operation. We have successfully recruited some of the nation’s leading cancer researchers representing the University of Chicago, Yale Cancer Center and Harvard Medical School, just to name a few. In addition, we have educated Las Vegas Nevada residents about the unique health care issues that face this rapidly growing community. Nevada ranks ninth highest overall in cancer mortality rates among the 50 states. More than 4,200 Nevadans will die of cancer this year. Extending beyond Summerlin Las Vegas community, we have become a model for future cancer research centers throughout the nation.
Nevada Cancer Institute is a nonprofit, world-class cancer center and the state’s official cancer institute. The facility and its staff provide multi-disciplinary services including Phase I clinical trials, as well as quality of life and support services.
“Quality of life is a precious commodity and thanks to Nevada Cancer Institute, thousands of lives are made better because of the services, research and treatment performed there on a daily basis,” said Kevin Orrock, top division executive for The Howard Hughes Corp., developer of Summerlin real estate and Red Rock real estate in Summerlin Las Vegas. “We’re proud to have such an established institution in Summerlin.”
Source: LV Review Journal
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Nevada Cancer Institute in Summerlin Las Vegas celebrates its one year anniversary.