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Stephen Chanock Honored with Trent Lecture in Cancer Research

On February 11, Dr. Stephen Chanock delivered the 11th annual Jeffrey M. Trent Lecture in Cancer Research, hosted by the National Human Genome Research Institute. He spoke on “The complexity of genetic susceptibility to cancer.”

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