Rice study finds checkpoint inhibitor that could help treat breast cancer bone metastases

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Rice University researchers in the lab of chemist Han Xiao have identified a promising new immunological pathway to treat stubborn bone tumors, one of most prevalent forms of metastases in breast cancer patients.

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Eric SmithAndrew AguirreSam KlempnerThe DeGregorio Family Foundation, with support from the Torrey Coast Foundation Gastro Esophageal Investigator Network Initiative, or GEMINI, awarded $300,000 to Eric Smith and Andrew Aguirre, both of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Sam Klempner, of Massachusetts General Hospital, to reward the progress they have made on their grant in a little over a year.