NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A challenge grant from the Friess Family Foundation has helped the Translational Genomics Research Institute raise over $282,000 for ovarian cancer research.

Philanthropists Lynn and Foster Friess donated $100,000, which was nearly doubled by other TGen supporters who gave more than $182,000.

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