The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has awarded three grants totaling over $1.32 million to Saskatchewan Cancer Agency researcher Franco Vizeacoumar. The grants will go toward research into colorectal cancer therapies, the use of circular ribonucleic acid as a potential cancer therapy and personalized therapy for breast cancer.
Canadian cancer research awarded 3 grants totaling over $1.32M
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