Scots unveils urological cancer centre
This article was originally published in Clinica
The North of Scotland Urological Cancer Centre (UCAN) is being unveiled on Monday January 21, in a move to provide the region with the first specialist services in this area. It is based at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. "Prevention and early diagnosis will be a feature of the centre's work," said cabinet secretary for health Nicola Sturgeon.
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