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The aim of the Ovarian Cancer SPORE is to improve the diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer and related cancers and to better understand susceptibility.
Ovarian Cancer SPORE research projects are exploring the biological mechanisms of ovarian cancer in order to develop novel therapies.
Four cores support all aspects of Ovarian Cancer SPORE research efforts, including leadership, specimens, statistical collaboration and research models.
The Developmental Research Program funds new research projects and the Career Enhancement Program mentors promising investigators.
The Patient Advocacy Advisory Committee engages researchers and advocates in dialogue that will contribute patient insights to the research programs of the SPORE.
Contact principal investigators in the Ovarian Cancer SPORE for information about current research projects or to learn about funding and training.
The Mayo Clinic Ovarian Cancer SPORE is part of the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, distinguished as an NCI comprehensive cancer center.
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