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In addition to Hilakivi-Clarke and Clarke, authors include Riitta Luoto of the UKK Institute in Tampere, Finland; Xiao Zhang and Jason Xuan of Virginia Tech; and Nguyen Nguyen, Xiyuan Zhang, Jin Lu, and Alan Zwart of Georgetown Lombardi.
U.S. funding for this research was provided by the National Cancer Institute (U54 1U54CA149147 and 1R01CA164384). Funding was also provided by Pirkanmaa Hospital, Academy of Finland, and Ministry of Education and Culture of Finland. Hilakivi-Clarke reports having no personal financial interests related to the study.
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