Wis. governor proposes $3.75M for molecular imaging research

02/15/2013 | Green Bay Press-Gazette (Wis.)

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has announced the allotment of $3.75 million in his proposed budget for the University of Wisconsin-Carbone Cancer Center for the development of molecular imaging technology for cancer. The funding would be sourced from a state program that would match donations from private sources.

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