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Saving Cancer Research in Hawaii Means New Leadership

A national search to recruit a new leader who can unify the faculty is the only viable option to save cancer research in the state.

·By Loic Le Marchand

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Loic Le Marchand

Loic Le Marchand is a professor in the University of Hawaii Cancer Center's epidemiology program. His current research includes a 20-year study on ethnic differences in cancer.
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