Rochester thrives as Mayo grows with seniors
Rochester, Minn. - In the heart of this city's downtown, workers pour concrete into a massive 14-foot pit.
The concrete will create thick walls for a proton beam cancer therapy center, the latest Mayo Clinic construction project that has downtown Rochester in the midst of a construction boom.
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