KWF grants for Aben, Broeders, Mann, Span and Vrieling

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Dr Katja Aben (Health Evidence) has received a KWF grant (558,700 euro) for a project entitled "Evaluation of bladder cancer care in the Netherlands; a solid foundation for evidence-based quality improvement", together with Prof. Bart Kiemeney (Health Evidence) and Prof. Fred Witjes (Urology).

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Dr Mireille Broeders  (Health Evidence) has received a KWF grant (570,000 euro) for a project entitled "Personalised RISk-based MAmmography screening (PRISMA) - from one-size-fits-all to a tailored approach"

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Dr Ritse Mann (Radiology) has received a KWF grant (306,400 euro) for a project entitled "Minimal invasive breast cancer excision using breast lesion excision system under ultrasound guidance - a feasibility study", together with Dr Luc Strobbe (CWZ) and Dr Peter Bult (Pathology).

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A grant of €195,420 for the project entitled "Aptamer-based multivalent cancer therapeutics: the road to efficient breast cancer detection and treatment" was awarded to Dr Paul Span (Radiation Oncology, Radboudumc), Dr Hans Heus and Prof. Alan Rowan (Biophysical Chemistry and Molecular Materials, IMM, Radboud University)

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Dr Alina Vrieling (Health Evidence) has received a KWF grant (573,500 euro) for a project entitled "Body composition in renal cell cancer: associations with survival outcomes, tumor characteristics, lifestyle habits, and circulating biomarkers", together with Prof. Ellen Kampman (Wageningen University, Health Evidence) and Prof. Peter Mulders (Urology).

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