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Northwestern researchers on a big breakthrough: Slowing cancer cell growth Print E-mail
Written by FHI's Week in Review   
Monday, 16 July 2018 17:19
 
Monica Ginsburg, reporting for Crain's Chicago Business on 7.12.18, interviews Karl Scheidt, PhD director of the Center for Molecular Innovation and Drug Discovery at Northwestern University. New research led by teams from Northwestern University and Oregon Health & Science University shows that it may be possible to significantly slow down the growth of cancer cells, potentially making them easier to target with existing treatments like chemotherapy and radiation. The study, published in June in the journal Nature Communications, also includes researchers from Xiamen University in China, University of Chicago and the University of Washington. Research funding was provided by the Department of Defense and the Veteran's Administration.
 
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Last Updated on Monday, 16 July 2018 17:22
 


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