Johns Hopkins Medicine Researchers Awarded Nearly $8 Million from Break Through Cancer Foundation

Johns Hopkins Medicine Researchers Awarded Nearly $8 Million from Break Through Cancer Foundation

The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and the Departments of Gynecology/Obstetrics, Neurosurgery and Pathology have been awarded more than $7.8 million for novel, multicenter projects designed to intercept and find cures for several deadly cancers, including pancreatic cancer, ovarian cancer, and the brain cancer known as glioblastoma.

The work is being funded by the cancer research foundation Break Through Cancer as part of a $50 million, three-year effort for teams across five cancer research centers. Read more here.

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