UA Cancer Center awarded $9.6 million for prevention agent studies

TUCSON, Ariz. – The University of Arizona Early Phase Chemoprevention Consortium led by UA Cancer Center researchers Sherry Chow, PhD, and David Alberts, MD, has been awarded funding by the National Cancer Institute to conduct early-phase clinical trials to evaluate the safety, clinical activity, and biological effects of novel cancer preventive agents. This five-year award will total up to $9.6 million.Continue reading