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The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has named Sanford Health an NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) community site and awarded it a five-year grant totaling more than $7.1 million to recruit participants for cancer clinical trials, quality of life studies and cancer-care delivery research.
Sanford Receives NIH Grant for Cancer Research
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has named Sanford Health an NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) community site and awarded it a five-year grant totaling more than $7.1 million to recruit participants for cancer clinical trials, quality of life studies and cancer-care delivery research.
 

Children's Health Research

The Sanford Children’s Health Research Center is leading the way in translational pediatric research, including cancer and rare diseases.

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The Sanford Project

The Sanford Project is focused on restoring a patients’ own pancreatic insulin production by reviving their insulin-producing pancreatic islet beta cells.

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Clinical Research at Sanford

Sanford Health offers a robust clinical research platform where bench and translational research can be combined seamlessly with medical care delivery.

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  • Kruer Recognized by Doris Duke Foundation

    Physician-scientist receives grant totaling more than $500,000 to research pediatric movement disorders.

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  • Sanford Project Publishes Results

    The outcome of the Sanford Project’s two-year clinical study, REPAIR-T1D, appears in a national journal.

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  • Breast Cancer Study Published in JAMA

    Three-dimensional mammography finds significantly more invasive cancers, according to a study from Edith Sanford.

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Twitter Updates on Sanford Research
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    More to #BreastCancer risk than #genetics http://t.co/OxpGALif86 reveals #epigenetic factors too #EdithSanford

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    Clues from a #raredisease of #Astrocytes called Alexander disease helps understand many #BrainDiseases http://t.co/1VL6YKOoAH

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    Qmedicus: News for Doctors is out! http://t.co/izGlMomBWR Stories via @cimmicmm @DrDavidPearce

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    Existing drug may be beneficial for #raredisease Leigh Syndrome http://t.co/gpirDAmcpn #SanfordCords

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    Speeding up the process for #3dprinting http://t.co/h6fTcGM1IQ will have significant impact for #medicine #SanfordResearch

  • @Primary_Immune
    @DrDavidPearce Thanks for sharing this David - I rarely have the atten-span to watch a 15 min vid - this was an exception - great job Tracy!

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    Today #SanfordResearch welcomes #SDSU for the 1st Annual Sanford Health-SDSU Biomedical Research Symposium

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    #BattenDisease parent Tracy VanHoutan speaking at #RareDisease Congressional Caucus http://t.co/JOxTZlp8jW

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    Retinal Implant approved by #FDA for retinitis pigmentosa http://t.co/g3fFYc2I4D offering hope to restore vision #rarediseases