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Enjoy fitness and support K-State cancer research at Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight and fun walk on May 6
Apr. 14, 2017 - Walk Kansas, a statewide health initiative presented by K-State Research and Extension, will hold its second Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight and 1.5-mile fun walk Saturday, May 6, to benefit the Johnson Cancer Research Center at Kansas State University. It is open to everyone, not just Walk Kansas program participants. read more
Apr. 13, 2017 - Outside of commercial brewing, many people see yeast as a pesky annoyance rather than opportunity. Research in Katsura Asano's laboratory at Kansas State University uses these small organisms to help better understand some components of human life — more specifically, what goes wrong in cancerous cells. read more
Mar. 28, 2017 - A K-State doctoral student in biology has uncovered some key findings about vaccinia, a virus that can take on other viruses' traits. Vaccinia could become a tool for vaccine development and cancer therapy. read more
Mar. 10, 2017 - Lung cancer patients may one day be able to breathe a sigh of relief because of a new potential treatment for the disease. K-State's Masaaki Tamura is collaborating on a National Institutes of Health-funded research project for a therapeutic compound that would be administered directly to the lungs in aerosol form. read more
Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight - Sat., May 6, 2017, K-State Manhattan campusMore events