Influx of Cancer Funds | GenomeWeb

Six cancer research centers in the US have received a total of $540 million from Ludwig Cancer Research.

The awards, Ludwig says, are to allow the centers to expand on their previous work mapping the genomic landscape of cancer, developing new treatments, and training new investigators.

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