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October 26th, 2006

CMU gets dendrimer funding

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Central Michigan University Research Corp. has received $810,000 in federal grant funding to develop dendrimer-based imaging technology that can better detect tumors and other ailments. "Research shows that early diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other scanable diseases are critical determinants for successful treatment," said Dr. Robert Berry, DNT's chief executive officer. "This approach should provide the medical community with an enhanced, sensitive, noninvasive diagnostic tool for early detection and monitoring of scanable diseases in patients."

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