Leiden University Medical Center

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The LUMC is a center of medical innovation that aims to improve patient care through scientific research. It trains doctors, specialist care providers and researchers to contribute to this. In addition to general patient care, the LUMC offers specialist treatments that can only be performed in a limited number of medical centers. The LUMC is particularly distinguished as a referral center for complex medical questions that have no ready-made answers. Scientists and doctors work together on a better understanding of diseases and new treatment methods.

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