€7.5m for research into prostate cancer

The teaching hospitals in Groningen, Rotterdam and Nijmegen have been given a €7.5m subsidy to work together on research into prostate cancer, reports Friday’s Telegraaf.

The study will focus on identifying characteristic symptoms of the disease which will allow better diagnosis, so-called bio-markers.
The grant comes from the Center for Translational Molecular Medicine which is a public-private initiative based in Eindhoven.

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