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Penn Cancer Biologist Given National Cancer Institute Outstanding Investigator Award

M. Celeste Simon, PhD, who studies cancer cell metabolism, tumor immunology, and the influence of oxygen availability and deprivation on tumor growth, has been given a National Cancer Institute Outstanding Investigator Award.
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