April 6th, 2010

U receives grant to study cancer

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Researchers from the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center announced Monday that it received a $2.5 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to carry out a longitudinal blood cancer study…

 

The research team also includes investigators from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Mayo Clinic. The study will include assistance from the Minnesota Cancer Surveillance System as well as various physicians and health care providers throughout Minnesota and neighboring states.

 

MN Daily, by Tara Bannow, 4/5/2010

 

Additional coverage:

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

MedCity News

Tags: Cancer, cancer study, grant, University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center

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