Three-year, $10M Project Created to Research Therapy Resistance in Prostate Cancer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A second Dream Team project has been created for translational research into prostate cancer with $10 million in funding over three years.

The project was announced today by Stand Up to Cancer, its scientific partner the American Association for Cancer Research, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and is called "Targeting Adaptive Pathways in Metastatic Treatment-Resistant Prostate Cancer."

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