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Houston Methodist receives $9 million from NCI to study physics of cancer immunotherapy

(Houston Methodist) The Houston Methodist Research Institute has been awarded a rare $9 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to establish a research center focused on the physics of cancer immunotherapy. The HMRI will be the lead site for the Center for Immunotherapeutic Transport Oncophysics, which focuses on designing immunotherapies for breast and pancreatic cancers.
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