About the scholar: Yuting Huang grew up in China and attended Culver Academies in Culver, Indiana, USA
Macrophage Migration Inhibition Factor (MIF) has been shown to promote the growth of tumors in several different kinds of cancer. Pioneer scholar Yuting wondered if identifying increased MIF production might be an early indicator of cancer, and if finding ways of counteracting such production might be a promising treatment. She proposes a series of experiments to test MIF levels in patients with and without cancer, and to test the effectiveness of various MIF production suppressors, some of which might be used along with current cancer treatments. The goal is to improve cancer treatment while reducing its harm to the patient.
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