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TGen researchers discover possible way to block the spread of deadly brain tumors

...didate gene associated with glioma invasion to positioning it as having a verified role in contributing to the malignant behavior of the disease," Dr. berens said. TGen scientists are scheduled to present their findings at the 100th annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, April 18...

Seattle Times reporters win ASM public communications award

...lic Communication Award has been awarded to Seattle Times reporters Michael berens and Ken Armstrong for their three-part investigation into methicillin-resis...le examination of a critically important public health problem." Michael berens has been an investigative reporter for over 20 years, garnering two Pulitze...
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Portal to e-records boosts care at Children's Hospital

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