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Connor takes one final look at the beam
Connor Licamele, pediatric cancer survivor, took one final look at the signed beam before it was hoisted into the air and placed atop the Upstate Cancer Center. When completed, the Upstate Cancer Center will encompass more than 90,000 square feet dedicated to cancer care for children and adults and feature 27 private infusion rooms, a four-season rooftop garden, mediation rooms and a family resource center. The Upstate Cancer Center is slated to open in May 2014.
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