NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – UConn Health today announced a $3 million gift to advance research on genomics-guided cancer treatment at the integrated academic medical center.

The gift from Ray and Carole Neag will go toward the creation of the Neag Cancer Immunology Translational Research Program at the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center to support clinical trials and other activities in cancer immunology based on original research at UConn Health.

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