MU School of Medicine Researcher Receives $3.7 Million Federal Grant to Study Immunotherapy-Boosting Technique to Fight Melanoma

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The National Institutes of Health has awarded University of Missouri School of Medicine Associate Professor Diana Gil Pagés, PhD, $3.7 million to study a type of immunotherapy that increases the sensitivity of the body’s immune system to fight metastatic melanoma.

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