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Sanofi Canada invests in prostate cancer research
Collaboration with the GU Radiation Oncology Group of Quebec and the Segal Cancer Centre at the Jewish General Hospital (JGH)
02-05-2012: Sanofi Canada is supporting a five-year study on radiation therapy and prostate cancer. Dr. Tamim Niazi of the Quebec Radiation Oncology GU Group and the JGH is the lead researcher. Sanofi Canada President and CEO, Hugh O'Neill and members of Sanofi's Oncology Team celebrate the collaboration.
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