CPRIT Awards 32 Grants - CancerLetter.com
The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas awarded 20 grants through its product development program, five grants through its prevention program and seven recruitment grants through its research program, totaling more than $65 million.
• Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center: ACCION for Rural West Texas, $1,467,820. • Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center: Get FIT to Stay Fit. Stepping Up to Fight Colorectal Cancer in the Panhandle, $1,455,409.
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