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PAMF to break ground on $200 million campus

Original post made on Apr 21, 2012

After a decade of planning to build a new four-story medical campus in San Carlos, the Palo Alto Medical Foundation received the go-ahead from the California State Water Quality Control Board to build on a formerly contaminated industrial site.

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