ribbons would only belong on pigtails.
there would be more days like this.
there would be more time for memories.
Working on #AWorldWithoutCancer
Mizzou has the nation's most powerful university research reactor and is the largest U.S. supplier to pharmaceutical firms of radioisotopes for diagnosing and treating cancer. Scientists in nuclear medicine and other disciplines invented Therasphere® for liver cancer, Quadramet® for bone cancer pain and Ceretec™ for brain imaging.Life Sciences
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Providing Hope For #AWorldWithoutCancer
Through the clinical trials program at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, patients might have access to treatments years before they become widely available. "The reason we are where we are today is because of clinical trials," said C. Daniel Kingsley, MD, Ellis Fischel oncologist and director of the trials program. "For some patients, these treatments are game changers because having that access a year or even two years before anyone else can make a huge difference for a cancer patient. You are giving them a head start." For Dr. Kingsley, imagining a world without cancer means a future where treatments for each patient become even more personalized.
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