Expert on stomach cancer speaks at Graduate Research Day

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During Graduate Research Day 2017, keynote speaker Dr. Juanita Merchant, a researcher at the University of Michigan, shared how she is looking at the pathways by which chronic infection from the bacteria helicobacter pylori causes changes in the walls of the stomach that can lead to damage that can become stomach cancer. Click the link below to learn more about her presentation featured The Augusta Chronicle.

The Augusta Chronicle:ย Expert on stomach cancer speaks at Graduate Research Day at Augusta University

March 10, 2017

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