Northern Illinois University, hospital spar over cancer facility
Chicago Tribune, March 6, 2008
Northern Illinois University has won state approval to build a proton-therapy cancer-treatment center in West Chicago, and is now criticizing Central DuPage Hospital's plan to build another. NIU officials say Central Dupage's plan is motivated by greed and the facility is not needed. If both are approved, the centers would be six miles apart.
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