University of New England Researcher Receives $140K Grant to Study Cancer Pain
Bangor Daily News report.
Tamara King, PhD, said she hopes the grant from the Main Cancer Society will allow her to pursue research that enables future cancer patients to alleviate pain while preserving mental ability. She will work to develop an antibody that targets and deactivates the interleukin-6 molecules, which are responsible for bone pain felt during cancer.
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