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January 11th, 2013

National Research Study on Lung Cancer Prevention

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Mayo Clinic in Rochester is a member of the Cancer Prevention Network (CPN) and is participating in a national research study on lung cancer prevention. You may be eligible to participate in this research study if you: are age 45–79 . are a current or former heavy smoker. have never had cancer or have been […]

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Tags: cancer, Cancer Prevention Network, clinical research, clinical trial, clinical trials, Dr. David Midthun, lung, Mayo Clinic research, medical research, myo-inositol, National Cancer Institute, pulmonary

September 1st, 2009

Mayo scores another SPORE


No, this isn’t about the spores you learned about in high school biology. This is the highly regarded grant from the National Cancer Institute. It stands for Specialized Program for Research Excellence and with this one, for ovarian cancer research, comes $11.5 million.  The principal investigator is co-director of the Women’s Cancer Program in Mayo’s […]

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Tags: cancer, National Cancer Institute, ovarian cancer, SPORE

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