NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute has been granted nearly $4.7 million from the US Army to seek out genetic signatures for cancer diagnostics ostensibly to be used in the care of US military families, the institute said Thursday.
 

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