publication date: Jan 10, 2014
On Jan. 30, somebody will have to climb to the top of Orlando Health’s 10-story Charles Lewis Pavilion to cover up—or start removing—the backlit letters that, with a halo effect created by LED lights, broadcast the health system’s affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The name of the distant, venerable cancer center will vanish from Orlando’s skyline. The distinctive red swoosh that symbolically negates the word “cancer” will be gone also.
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