WA project a step forward for people with blood cancer
A promising time for Western Australians living with blood cancer and the local Leukaemia Foundation team, who have been working closely with developers Fini Group to support the outcomes of the Murdoch Health & Knowledge Precinct.
With the aim to bring this revolutionary share-building space to life, the project will help centralise the treatment experience and relocation options for people with blood cancer
The Murdoch Health & Knowledge Precinct will include short-stay accommodation, residential apartments, aged care services and allied health services (and much more!), positioned between two major hospitals.
It will also be the home to charities and not-for-profits, driving opportunities for collaborative and innovative services for the wider community.Posted on March 12th, 2020
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