Outfoxing Cancer: Cincinnati Magazine

Cincinnati Magazine reports on researchers at Cincinnati Children’s who study how cancer spreads, and how a protein called FoxM1 may help stop cancer in its tracks.

Writer Greg Hand takes readers on a quick walk through the medical center to the lab of Tanya Kalin, MD, Division of Pulmonary Biology, where she talks about her scientific journey with the Fox family of genes, their role in cancer, and how they are helping scientists unlock new possibilities to fight the diseases.

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The members of the news team at Cincinnati Children's are responsible for telling the stories of the medical center. Stories of the families we serve, research and clinical care, safe and healthy practices and happenings at the hospital. If it has to do with Cincinnati Children's, Danielle, Nick, Jim, Kate, Rachel, Terry and Shannon will keep you informed.

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