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Tuesday, October 9, 2012
UCSF-led group lands $10M for study of advanced prostate cancer
A group of researchers led by the
University of California, San Francisco
will spend $10 million over three years studying advanced prostate cancer, which is resistant to even the most promising treatments.
, M.D., deputy director of UCSF's cancer center, will lead the group, which the university characterizes as a "dream team."
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