$125 million is pledged to University of California San Francisco Medical Center
Philanthropist Charles F. Feeney is giving $125 million to the University of California San Francisco Medical Center to support development of a complex to provide medical services to children, women, and cancer patients on its new campus. The gift is the first of $100 million or more since last fall, according to the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.
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