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MD Anderson’s Houston-based primary hospital, one of the top cancer centers in the US, has flooded because of torrential rains from tropical storm Harvey — leaving cancer patients unable to receive scheduled treatment until at least Thursday, STAT reports.

The cancer hospital’s main building, as well several MD Anderson satellites around Houston, will stay closed for appointments today, but emergency workers are trying to restore service, according to a statement reported in STAT.

Photos on Twitter show the streets surrounding the medical center completely flooded, keeping some hospital personnel from returning to work. Murky waters can also be seen in the center’s garage and lobby. The hospital, however, hasn’t been evacuated, STAT…

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