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Memorial Sloan Kettering was founded in 1884, and today is a world leader in patient care, research, and educational programs.
Two animal irradiators and two cell/tissue irradiators for use in research are available through the Radiation Core Facility.
The irradiators are made available on a self-use basis to investigators at Memorial Sloan Kettering and by special permission to investigators from Weill Cornell Medical College.
For more information on the available irradiators, and especially for information on the requirements for access to the irradiators, visit our intranet site.
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