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Houston Methodist Receives $9 Million Federal Grant to Study Physics of Cancer Immunotherapy

Houston Methodist received $9 million from the National Cancer Institute to establish the Center for Immunotherapeutic Transport Oncophysics (CITO). CITO combines the studies of cancer immunology, nanotechnology and the physics of cancer biology. CITO will focus on using research information to design immunotherapies for breast and pancreatic cancers.
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