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  • Oral Drug that Spares Healthy Tissue Explored in Solid Cancer Tumors

    Rutgers Cancer Institute’s Dr. Mark Stein and colleagues examined an oral drug that targets cancer cells and spares healthy tissue in a ‘first in human’ clinical trial that defined a safe dosage and found the investigational drug to be well tolerated.
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  • A New Chapter in Integrated Cancer Care

    Dr. Steven K. Libutti recently began his role as the new Director of Rutgers Cancer Institute and Vice Chancellor for Cancer Programs, RBHS. Through enhanced collaboration with RWJBarnabas Health, Rutgers Cancer Institute continues to enrich its role as the State’s only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Read more

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    U.S. Senator Robert Menendez visits Rutgers Cancer Institute to learn about scientific advancements being made and the importance of funding cancer research. Learn more

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CarpizoDirect Tumor Vaccination Shown to Induce Anti-tumor Immunity and Increase Survival in a Murine Model of Pancreatic Cancer
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