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Home > News > Innovative Research Set to Push Boundaries of Cancer Care

November 15th, 2005

Innovative Research Set to Push Boundaries of Cancer Care

Abstract:
Cancer researchers wielding opportunistic bacteria, vaccines, electric pulses, nano buckeyballs, and designer agents that enter the brain are being featured in a “Novel Approaches” press conference at the Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics International Conference.

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American Association for Cancer Research

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