Under an agreement announced Tuesday, Duke Health and WakeMed Health & Hospitals will send their patients to doctors in the new combined network called Cancer Care Plus+. Among the facilities available to patients will be the Duke Cancer Center which opened five years ago. In this photo from that 2012 opening, Robyn Walker shows off a new linear accelerator to visitors.
Under an agreement announced Tuesday, Duke Health and WakeMed Health & Hospitals will send their patients to doctors in the new combined network called Cancer Care Plus+. Among the facilities available to patients will be the Duke Cancer Center which opened five years ago. In this photo from that 2012 opening, Robyn Walker shows off a new linear accelerator to visitors. CHUCK LIDDY cliddy@newsobserver.com
Under an agreement announced Tuesday, Duke Health and WakeMed Health & Hospitals will send their patients to doctors in the new combined network called Cancer Care Plus+. Among the facilities available to patients will be the Duke Cancer Center which opened five years ago. In this photo from that 2012 opening, Robyn Walker shows off a new linear accelerator to visitors. CHUCK LIDDY cliddy@newsobserver.com

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