Aggressive Cancer Research
The National Cancer Center created the Aggressive Cancer Research project in 2015 to provide additional funding for this important and pressing area of cancer research.
Our Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai funding grant provides research whose goal is the development of strategies aimed at blunting the very essence of cancer. This in turn can lead to the improvement of current therapies for highly aggressive cancers whose chemotherapeutic regimens often result in high toxicity for patients, treatments that are difficult for patients to tolerate.