The fight against cancer starts in the laboratory. From nanoparticles, stem cells and viruses to antioxidants, exercise and immuno- and targeted therapies, researchers in nearly one hundred Kansas State University laboratories are conducting the basic and translational cancer research that leads to improved prevention, diagnostics and treatments, as well as training future scientists.
The Johnson Cancer Research Center directs your gifts to K-State’s most promising cancer research projects and budding student scientists. Our faculty researchers leverage our “seed” awards to win larger national funding, and our students become top scientists and doctors. Thanks for your support! Learn more about helping K-State fight cancer.
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