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Myeloma Foundation Awards $2.25M for Biomarker Study
 
The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation this week awarded $2.25 million to three universities to fund the search for biomarkers and potential therapeutic targets in myeloma using proteomic technologies.
 
The schools receiving the awards are the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; Indiana University; and the University of Michigan.
 

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