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New Tool Could Speed Development of Ovarian Cancer Drugs

(February 13, 2015) University of Chicago Medicine researchers, including OCRF grantee and Scientific Advisory Committee member Ernst Lengyel, MD, PhD, have built a model system that uses multiple cell types from patients to rapidly test compounds that could block the early steps in ovarian cancer metastasis.... 

Meet OCRF’s 2015 Grantees

(February 11, 2015) Ovarian Cancer Research Fund has announced that $6.1 million has been awarded in scientific research grants for ovarian cancer. This brings OCRF’s total investment in research and related educational and support initiatives to over $65 million. The twenty new OCRF research grants... 

SGI-110 is an Ovarian Cancer Chemosensitizer

Ken Nephew, PhD (February 4, 2014)  In research published last October in Clinical Cancer Research, a team of OCRF-funded investigators showed that a novel therapy can resentisize ovarian cancer to chemotherapy.  The work was led by Dr. Kenneth Nephew, who was funded through an OCRF Program Project...