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K-State Cancer Research Student in Chemistry Works to Change Non-Solubility of Otherwise Promising Drugs

Thursday May 5, 2011


chloe callahan

Chloe Callahan has lost family members and a friend to cancer. The Kansas State University sophomore doesn’t want to lose more, so she’s taking on the disease in the laboratory.

“Cancer has been a really big deal in my life and it may be something that me or my brother face. I wanted to get involved,” said Callahan, who’s lost two grandparents and a high school friend to the disease. Her father is a cancer survivor.

Read the whole K-State News Services article

Read more about the research of her Johnson Cancer Research Center Faculty Mentor Christer Aakeroy.