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Institute Grants for Cancer Research.—
Grants-in-aid for cancer research totaling $52,433 have been made by the California Institute for Cancer Research to the School of Medicine at the University of California at Los Angeles. The institute's contribution covers the fiscal year ended June 30 and was used to finance several projects in cancer research at the university. The California Institute for Cancer Research, a nonprofit corporation aimed at providing funds for research into the causes, detection, diagnosis and cure of the disease, was formed in 1945. Since its inception the institute's efforts have brought to the school of medicine nearly $900,000 for cancer research. Currently housed in temporary quarters it has provided on the university campus, the institute will be located in the cancer research wing of the new medical school on its completion. Funds raised by the institute will be used to equip this unit and to provide
MEDICAL NEWS. JAMA. 1950;143(16):1436–1440. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910510054019
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