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    OMRF scientist Alana Welm has received a grant that will help her establish a bank of tumor samples from patients with metastatic breast cancer to learn more about the disease.
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    New National Institutes of Health grants will bring $5.1 million to support three original, "Oklahoma-grown" research projects.
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