Seattle Children’s almost doubled the size of its downtown Seattle pediatric research campus with the opening last month of a new 12-story, $300 million facility at Terry Avenue and Stewart Street in Seattle’s biotech corridor. Building Cure houses 10 floors of new biomedical laboratory space, including “the Cure Factory,” capable of manufacturing cell-based therapies to treat up to 1,000 children per year.  It includes a 255-seat amphitheater and Science Discovery Lab to support STEM education programs for children and teens.


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