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A Partnership to Tackle Cancer Health Disparities

News   Oct 25, 2018 | Original story from University of Houston

 
A Partnership to Tackle Cancer Health Disparities

Diana Chow, UH College of Pharmacy Pharmaceutics professor and director of its Institute for Drug Education and Research, is leading the UH side of a partnership with Baylor to develop a joint cancer drug discovery and research education program aimed at cancer disparities. Credit: University of Houston

 
 
 

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