And finally, a look at an medicine-oriented art work that might grace the campus
To be sure, the ACC and these structures have yet to take shape, and are yet to be funded, but we can say that the momentum has shifted, as those who have chosen to focus on health insurance these past decades are now coming to realize that the real expense is disease, not health insurance. And that growing realization will move the ACC closer to fruition.
And we might note, of course, that such a Center, doing real translational work, would be a huge boon not only to health, and to the overall economy (helping people to be healthier), but it would also be a boon to the local economy. That's why Chico and other Chicagoans want the ACC for their city; one question is why other locales haven't yet embraced this obvious tool for economic development.