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The Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center becomes one of the nation’s first cancer centers to be established with the passage of the National Cancer Act. It is designated a "comprehensive" cancer center by the National Cancer Institute in 1973.
North Carolina Cerebral Palsy Hospital renamed Lenox Baker Children’s Hospital.
The Sands Research Building opened
The Eye Center, now the Wadsworth Eye Center, opened and was dedicated on 8 November.
The Seeley G. Mudd Building housing the Medical Center Library opened.
The Jones Research Building opened.
The Morris Cancer Research Building opened.