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Cancer institute researchers edge closer to delivering personalized medicine to cancer patients

For the first time, Purdue researchers prove that measuring mechanical motions in living cancer tissues is a viable and promising approach for predicting chemoresistance.

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Tyler Trent Pediatric Cancer Research Center

In creating the Tyler Trent Pediatric Cancer Research Center, the Purdue Institute for Cancer Research (PICR) brings together deep strengths in multiple research fields to fight pediatric cancers and to beat osteosarcoma, the rare bone cancer that took the life of beloved Purdue alumnus Tyler Trent.

Tyler’s parents, Tony and Kelly Trent, lead the way with their gift of $100,000 to continue the fight against cancer that Tyler began. To join in the fight, you can donate here to the center’s life-sustaining research.

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Tyler Trent giving a thumbs up from the football field
110 scientists collaborating across campus Dr. Kasinski Walther Cancer Foundation donates $10 million of matching funds for endowments Women of Zeta Tau Alpha