Current Research

The rapid translation of research discoveries into safe, effective therapies is a core mission of the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute. The institute supports basic and clinical research in many cancer-related areas, including blood cell development, gene cloning, bioactive extracellular vesicles (“oncosomes”) profiling and stem cells. Cedars-Sinai researchers are seeking more effective ways to diagnose, treat and prevent many forms of cancer.

Key areas of research include:

  • Cancer Biology
  • Population Science
  • Experimental Therapies
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