Creighton researchers probe secrets of skin cancer

Creighton researchers probe secrets of skin cancer

Some of skin cancer’s most closely held secrets are currently being pried loose in a Creighton University laboratory.

During the past six years, Laura Hansen, PhD, and Sandor Lovas, PhD, have monitored two signaling proteins they believe might play a key role in the development of skin cancer.

The results of that research, which was funded by a grant from the state of Nebraska, were significant enough that the National Institutes of Health has provided a five-year, $1.7 million grant to keep the line of inquiry alive.

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