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Endeavors - Chasing Pac-Man
Two UNC researchers design a biological test to individualize chemotherapy.
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Endeavors - Firefly Mice
Could glowing rodents come to the aid of cancer researchers … and patients?
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Endeavors - Genetic Junk or Jewels
UNC researchers find a way to unlock the secrets of DNA’s dark matter.
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Endeavors - Radiation Revolution
Sha Chang, Otto Zhou, and collaborators have built the first small device that can produce these kind of microbeams, opening up a new area of research for cancer scientists.
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Endeavors - The Protein Sleuth
Endeavors profiles the work of Nancy Klauber-DeMore, MD, professor of surgery and a member of UNC Lineberger, in unraveling the mystery of whether the gene SFRP2 suppresses tumor growth.
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Endeavors - What's best for the breast?
Charles Perou’s test can help patients decide on a course of treatment.
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Lucky 13 featured in video by UNC Endeavors
This summer, ten boy scouts from Chapel Hill are biking across the country to raise money for UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center. For every $15,000 raised, UNC Lineberger has agreed to send one of their pediatric oncology patients to spend a week at Victory Junction, a camp for chronically ill children.
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Sharpless Featured in Current Issue of endeavors
The article "How Old Are You, Really?" written by Mark Derewicz and published in the Fall 2010 issue of Endeavors magazine features UNC Lineberger member Ned Sharpless, MD. Dr. Sharpless is an associate professor of medicine and genetics and associate director for translational research at UNC Lineberger.
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