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USC launches liver disease study as part of $50.3 million “multi-omics” consortium

USC launches liver disease study as part of $50.3 million “multi-omics” consortium

The six-site consortium, funded by the National Institutes of Health, will study individuals from ancestrally diverse populations that are traditionally underrepresented in medical research. By Zara Abrams    ..Read More

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Mutations in 11 genes associated with aggressive prostate cancer identified in new research

Largest-ever study of its kind led by the Keck School of Medicine of USC and USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center could improve treatment and change how risk of ..Read More

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Community outreach helps energize USC Voice Center faculty and staff to advance clinical care

By: Mollie Barnes   It is said that health is the invisible crown, you don’t know you’re wearing it until you lose it. Having a voice is kind ..Read More

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USC develops new preclinical system to better turn lab discoveries into effective treatments

To test new stroke treatments, a research team from the Keck School of Medicine of USC develops a more rigorous system for conducting preclinical research that could lead ..Read More

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Exposure to certain chemicals raises the odds of a prior cancer diagnosis in women

Various PFAS and phenols were linked with higher rates of previous melanoma, ovarian cancer and uterine cancer diagnoses, according to a new study co-led by the Keck School ..Read More