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Cambridge Biomedical Campus

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The Cambridge Biomedical Research Campus is a partnership between the Cambridge University Teaching Hospital, Cambridge University and the Medical Research Council and is situated on the Addenbrooke's Hospital site.

The Campus encompasses the Cambridge University Hospitals, a number of University departments, several research institutes and pharmaceutical companies and is an internationally respected centre for patient care, biomedical research and education.

Addenbrooke's Hospital is one of the country's leading hospitals, rated by the Care Quality Commission for providing excellent quality of services and excellent use of resources. It is a centre for specialist care and a provider of local services, with a world-wide reputation as one of the foremost university teaching hospitals.

The laboratory and clinical research institutes at the Campus include the world famous MRC Laboratory for Molecular Biology, the Hutchison/MRC Research Centre, the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research. 

Information about the ongoing development of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus can be found here: http://cambridge-biomedical.com/