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Winston Tan, M.D., is focused on translating basic science principles into tangible treatment options for patients with cancer.
He is interested in the importance of molecular pathways, such as those related to the estrogen receptor, vascular endothelial factor and HER-2 receptor, in the pathogenesis and therapy of cancer.
The development of novel targets of therapy would lead to oral and less toxic treatments for cancer. These treatments would also be able to lead to meaningful improvement of quality of life, prolongation of the time to cancer progression and hopefully improved survival.
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