Singapore aims to excel in cancer research
This article was originally published in Clinica
Singapore is to address rising demand in Asia for early cancer detection and therapy. The National University of Singapore (NUS) and education ministry have thus committed S$172m (US$125m) over seven years to establish a Cancer Research Centre of Excellence, to be based at the NUS.
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