Innovation drives campaign against cancer at Kansas University
Kansas City Star, March 18, 2008
Physicians at the University of Kansas Medical Center are working to educate and change minds on the best way to treat certain cancers. They also are striving to develop innovative treatment tools, including new drugs. This attitude is shared by physicians, government, and top hospital officials as they drive a broader attack against cancer throughout the Kansas City region. Through a campaign, Kansas City and the surrounding region are working to recruit new doctors, expand research and build additional clinics and labs.
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