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University of Pittsburgh scientists awarded for outstanding cancer research contribution

bility to cause cancer and to unearth new pathogens and undiscovered viruses."

Samuel A. Wells, Jr., M.D., president of the GMCRF, called Drs. Chang and Moore exemplary scientists and worthy recipients of the Mott Prize. "They were chosen through a rigorous process conducted by a panel of prestigious international scientists," he said. "Through this award, General Motors supports some of the world's most gifted scientists who have made highly important discoveries leading to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of cancer."

General Motors established the Cancer Research Foundation in 1978 to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of basic scientists and clinical scientists in cancer research around the world. The Mott Prize, among the most prestigious in the field of medicine, is one of three awards GM announces annually.


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Contact: Clare Collins
412-647-3555
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
9-Jun-2003


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