Couple donates $42M to University Hospitals Case Medical Center

University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland received the largest windfall in its 145-year history when Lee and Jane Seidman donated $42 million, MedCity News reports. UH has promised to name its new $260 million, 120-bed cancer center after the couple. The 375,000 square foot center is slated to open next spring. Lee Seidman is the retired founder of a group of car dealerships. Article

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