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Governor Cuomo Announces Continued Growth at Roswell Park Cancer Institute with Regional Economic Development Council Funding; RPCI Center for Personalized Medicine established with CTG (NASDAQ: CTGX) serving as its technology partner
Date:1/31/2013

oth quickly and cost-effectively. Those resources, paired with the subject-matter expertise that Dr. Morrison's outstanding team and partners like CTG add to our menu of services, allow us to compete among the small circle of healthcare institutions that have these capabilities," notes Dr. Trump. "The doors are wide open in terms of the opportunities for entrepreneurship and technology transfer that will flow from here."

Senator Timothy Kennedy said, "Roswell Park has long been at the cutting edge of medical advancements in cancer treatment. This strategic investment will not only spur local economic activity, it will also help strengthen Roswell's position as a national leader in cancer research and patient care. The Regional Councils have proven to be vital tools contributing to each region's success. I commend Governor Cuomo for creating these councils, and for the hard work of all the participants to expand this industry in Buffalo."

Assemblywoman Crystal Peoples-Stokes said, "Our Regional Economic Development Council has worked tirelessly to attract business and promote economic growth within the entire region. I congratulate both the council and Roswell Park Cancer Institute for providing much needed revitalization to our community, and applaud Governor Cuomo and Lieutenant Governor Duffy for their hard work and leadership in making this a reality."

Assemblyman Sean Ryan said, "This is excellent news for Erie County. By expanding Roswell Park Cancer Institute, we will not only provide job opportunities for Western New Yorkers, but will also contribute to the overall economic growth of the region. This is another great example of how New York State is supporting creativity and innovation in order to bring jobs to every community in the state, and I thank Governor Cuomo for
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