Alzheimer’s, Cancer Research is Focus in New State-Funded Research

In a continued effort to maintain its medical research leadership, the state of Minnesota recently issued new grants to Mayo and UMN researchers. The main focus of the grants was on Alzheimers and cancer research. This latest round of grants total $4 million for medical research in the state. Read more.

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