And some encouraging Pancreatic research (another adniocarcinoma like CC) from Atlanta.
“Three months ago, Young’s efforts may have yielded the most meaningful contribution so far. The University of Georgia, Young’s alma mater, was awarded a $2.1 million grant from the National Cancer Institute.
Young’s story was the catalyst that prompted UGA to go for the grant, teaming up with an Arizona genetics company that treated Young.
The UGA researchers are pursuing the holy grail of pancreatic cancer discovery: a simple blood test that could flag pancreatic cancer before it destroys organs and becomes untreatable.