McCombs makes huge gift for M.D. Anderson research

mccombs.jpgSan Antonio-based businessman Red McCombs has given the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center $30 million for its huge $500 million research park that will eventually consist of six centers focusing on cutting edge areas of cancer research.
The gift — which is one of the two largest that M.D. Anderson has ever received — will go to help fund the developing Red and Charline McCombs Institute for the Early Detection and Treatment of Cancer on M.D. Anderson’s 116-acre south campus. That campus is about a mile and a half from the main M.D. Anderson hospital complex in the Texas Medical Center.

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