One highlight of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s “Big 5” initiatives was that the University of Kansas Cancer Center got National Cancer Institute designation and is working toward “comprehensive cancer care” status. In this 2009 file photo, assistant professor John Robertson examined leukemia cells.
One highlight of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s “Big 5” initiatives was that the University of Kansas Cancer Center got National Cancer Institute designation and is working toward “comprehensive cancer care” status. In this 2009 file photo, assistant professor John Robertson examined leukemia cells. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
One highlight of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s “Big 5” initiatives was that the University of Kansas Cancer Center got National Cancer Institute designation and is working toward “comprehensive cancer care” status. In this 2009 file photo, assistant professor John Robertson examined leukemia cells. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

KC Chamber of Commerce issues report card on ‘Big 5’ initiatives

September 02, 2014 11:16 AM