Kate Appleton, a 2002 Stratford Academy graduate, has discovered a chemical compound’s ability to reduce the spread of melanoma cells by up to 90 percent. The findings of her study with Richard Neubig at Michigan State University were published in the January issue of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics.
Kate Appleton, a 2002 Stratford Academy graduate, has discovered a chemical compound’s ability to reduce the spread of melanoma cells by up to 90 percent. The findings of her study with Richard Neubig at Michigan State University were published in the January issue of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics. Special to The Telegraph
Kate Appleton, a 2002 Stratford Academy graduate, has discovered a chemical compound’s ability to reduce the spread of melanoma cells by up to 90 percent. The findings of her study with Richard Neubig at Michigan State University were published in the January issue of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics. Special to The Telegraph

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