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Joslin halts plan for lab, high-rise

Puts Longwood site up for sale instead

Ranch Kimball, the current head at Joslin Diabetes Center, speaking to reporters in 2004 after being named state economic development secretary. Ranch Kimball, the current head at Joslin Diabetes Center, speaking to reporters in 2004 after being named state economic development secretary. (GLOBE PHOTO FILE 2004)
By Christopher Rowland
Globe Staff / April 30, 2007

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Just four months into his job as head of the Joslin Diabetes Center , Ranch Kimball has pulled the plug on the center's ambitious plan to build a new laboratory building and 29-story residential tower at its Longwood home. (Full article: 532 words)

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