University of Minnesota researchers awarded NCI grant to study head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

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A University of Minnesota research team was awarded an R01 grant for their project, which aims to develop a profile analysis of oral cell DNA that may predict head and neck squamous cell carcinoma susceptibility in smokers and assess the role of alcohol intake.

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