NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Cancer Institute will fund two-year grants with up to $275,000 to researchers developing new molecular methods for cancer detection, diagnosis, and prognosis.
 
NCI said it plans to fund studies focused on methods of detecting specific cancer characteristics and which can be used in clinical management of cancer patients or individuals who are at risk of developing cancer.
 

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