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What does NCCC stand for?

NCCC stands for Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center (University of Southern California)

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It has profound implications in aging, neurological disorders, and child development," says Peter Jones, another group member and director of the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Southern California.
The editorial and creative force at CURE magazine continues to impress me, but what matters most is the impact to our readers - those whose lives have been forever altered, but realize they have the tools of knowledge and inspiration to live their lives fully," said Debu Tripathy, MD, editor-in-chief for CURE and Co-Leader of the Women's Cancer Program at Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute - University of Virginia - Mayo Clinic - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute - USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center - University of Pittsburgh - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center - Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute - The University of Chicago - UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center - University of Wisconsin Madison - Duke University - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Roswell Park Cancer Institute - University of Colorado - Yale Cancer Center - Massachusetts General Hospital - Radboud University For more information visit http://www.
The project is an inter-disciplinary translational cancer research alliance bringing together experts from the Department of Molecular Medicine at Aarhus University Hospital, the Bioinformatics Research Centre and the Research Unit for General Medicine at Aarhus University, the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at USC, the Department of Pathology at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and Shenzhen HuaDa at Beijing Genomics Institute.