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Slideshow: Disney Cancer Center Offers High Tech Care

The latest medical technologies, health IT, and other innovations to provide care and comfort to cancer patients are deployed at the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center.
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The Hench Foundation donated $1 million to develop the John and Lowry Hench Library on the second floor of the cancer center. A companion donation from the Jennifer Diamond Cancer Foundation supplied computers, printers and resource materials for the center. A user-friendly kiosk provides resource materials for patients both on-line and in-person. Specially trained staff will help patients and others with their research and will help interpret information.

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