Harvard Medical School Cancer Biology and Therapeutics Training Program launches in Doha

(Harvard Medical School) Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI) have signed an agreement to establish the HMS Cancer Biology and Therapeutics training program (HMS-CBT), to be launched in Doha. The agreement supports specialized training that promotes a deeper understanding of cancer biology, cancer screening, diagnosis and personalized treatments.
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