Six Institutions get $90 million each for cancer research grant, a total of $540 million.
Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University and Stanford University are among six institutions sharing a $540 million grant for cancer research from funds established by late real estate magnate Daniel K. Ludwig.
Each center will receive $90 million in new grants from the fund established in 2006.
Other centers getting money are Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, University of Chicago and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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