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Researchers at The University of Kansas Cancer Center received a grant to advance their work into new treatment options for patients with epithelial ovarian cancer with a three-year, $1.8 million grant. Principal Investigators Andrew K. Godwin, PhD, Anuradha Roy, PhD, and Frank Schoenen, Ph.D., will lead the research. More than two-thirds of all women diagnosed with epithelial ovarian cancer will die from the disease, a statistic that has not changed in three decades.
Researchers at The University of Kansas Cancer Center have found that high doses of drugs commonly used to fight high cholesterol can destroy a rogue protein produced by a damaged gene that is associated with nearly half of all human cancers.
The University of Kansas Cancer Center and Children's Mercy Hospital announced four first-of-their-kind endowed chair appointments that will help eliminate childhood diseases around the world. The endowed chair positions focus on Genomics, Health Outcomes, Hematological Malignancies and Immunotherapy.
Statement supports shorter dosing schedule, urges action to increase national vaccination rates
The University of Kansas Cancer Center recently announced the recipients of its inaugural 2016 Cancer Center Director’s Awards.
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