CNY Eye and Tissue Bank hopes new home provides better access

Talbot, Brandon
May 2008
Business Journal (Central New York);5/23/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p23
The article focuses on the objectives and mission vision on the new office space launching of Central New York and Tissue Bank (CNYETB) in Syracuse, New York. CNYETB is established with the aimed of offering better transplant services for severe eye injury and joint-replacement surgery, and to encourage better registered donors. It targets to boost service to more local medical facilities, as they further supply transplantable eyes and tissues.


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