Professor Philip Hogg, Deputy Director at the Centenary Institute and Head of the ACRF Centenary Cancer Research Centre has been interviewed by Prime7 News on the launch of the ACRF Tumour Metabolism Laboratory – part of the ACRF Centenary Cancer Research Centre.
The laboratory, established by a $2.5M grant from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation to the Centenary Institute (together with additional support from the Cancer Institute NSW and the University of Sydney) is dedicated to the study of tumour cell metabolism, down to a molecular level. This knowledge is then utilised in the development of innovative new cancer diagnostics, treatments and cures.
Click here for the Prime7 news story about Professor Hogg and the laboratory’s exciting work on outsmarting cancer cells.
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