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The cancer research project iCAN has received a grant of 14 million euros from the Academy of Finland for its second term. iCAN aims to create a more accurate picture of how cancer development over time is dependent on interaction with the healthy cells and tissues of the body, including the immune system.
National flagship project iCAN receives 14 million euro grant to promote development of personalized treatments for cancer | University of Helsinki www.helsinki.fi

The cancer research project iCAN has received a grant of 14 million euros from the Academy of Finland for its second term. Coordinated by the University of Helsinki and HUS Helsinki University Hospital, iCAN research combines digital health and precision cancer medicine in a novel way.