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Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Picks Up Grant

San Diego’s Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center announced Monday that it won a $14.4 million, five-year grant from the National Cancer Institute to try to find new therapies for cancer.

The research covered under the grant focuses on several projects, including radionuclide imaging and microscopic studies.

“Not only do the funds allow us to continue our valuable research and contributions toward the development of effective treatments for debilitating and life-threatening diseases, it also acknowledges that the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center is one of the top cancer research centers in the nation,” said Dr. Albert Deisseroth, the president and chief executive officer of the institute.

Founded in 1990, the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center is a nonprofit research institute dedicated to developing advanced biological cancer treatments.

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Marion Webb

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