K-State Cancer Research Center Fights Disease From the Lab
Monday January 31, 2011
CANCER RESEARCH CENTER FIGHTS DISEASE FROM THE LABORATORY
Cancer, according to statistics from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, has become the leading cause of death in Kansas, surpassing heart disease.
But efforts by Kansas State University are helping to tackle the disease in several ways.
The Johnson Center for Basic Cancer Research at K-State supports research, education and outreach, all vital in the fight against cancer, said Rob Denell, university distinguished professor of biology and center director.
Read the whole story from K-State News Services.