HDGC Research: In pursuit of stomach cancer prevention

A  prestigious James Cook Fellowship has been awarded to researcher Parry Guilford, University of Otazo, New Zealand, to pursue innovative research aimed at reversing or preventing the very early stages of stomach cancer.

Read Parry Guilford’s personal post detailing his research plan for HDGC / CDH1 gene research.  His two year fellowship will begin in March, 2010.

The University of Otago announces Parry Guilford’s exciting award for stomach cancer research.

More information about The Royal Society of New Zealand James Cook Research Fellowships.

One Response to HDGC Research: In pursuit of stomach cancer prevention

  1. Lois Allard says:

    2 of my 3 children have the CDH1 gene. My son has had his stomach removed at Mass General Hospital in Boston, MA. My daughter, 36, has not yet had surgery. She’s conflicted about having a pregnancy first. If I can be of any assistance in your research please email. I am grateful for your work.
    Sincerely,
    Lois Allard
    loisallard@aol.com

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