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Co-authors with Reitzel are Ellen K. Cromley, Ph.D., of The University of Connecticut School of Medicine; Larkin L. Strong, Ph.D., David W. Wetter, Ph.D., Lorna H. McNeill, Ph.D. and Seann D. Regan, all of MD Anderson's Department of Health Disparities Research; and Nga Nguyen of MD Anderson's Department of Biostatistics.
This research was funded by the University Cancer Foundation; the Duncan Family Institute for Cancer Prevention and Risk Assessment through the Center for Community-Engaged Translational Research; Regina Rogers; the Cullen Trust for Health Care Chair in the Department of Health Disparities Research; Morgan Foundation; The University of Texas MD Anderson's Cancer Center start-up funds (to L. R. Reitzel); and the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health through MD Anderson's Cancer Center Support Grant (CA016672).
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
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