U of C lands $90 million for cancer research

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Cancer researchers at the University of Chicago are getting a big financial boost in their efforts to find new treatments for the disease.

An international non-profit is giving the university and five other leading research centers $90 million each for cancer research.

The Chicago Research Center has now received a total of $110 million from Ludwig Cancer Research.

The fund was created by the late shipping and hotel magnate, Daniel Ludwig.

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