Baylor Research Team Gets $6.3M to Study Disparities Among Minorities with Prostate, Breast Cancers

Baylor Research Team Gets $6.3M to Study Disparities Among Minorities with Prostate, Breast Cancers
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has awarded a Baylor College of Medicine research team $6.3 million to develop patient-derived mouse models aimed at understanding the biological reasons behind racial and ethnic health disparities in prostate and breast cancers. In particular, the funding will help Baylor establish a Minority Patient-derived Xenograft Development and Trial Center (M-PDTC), which will include Baylor and MD Anderson Cancer Center experts specializing in devleoping patient-derived xenograft (PDX) models, molecular biology and signaling pathways, treatment stu
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