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The Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University is the recipient of two, multi-million dollar grants awarded by the National Cancer Institute. The grants total $26-million and will help establish the School of Medicine as a premier center for innovative leukemia research.
Doctors hope the research will lead to more personalized treatments for patients based on the unique makeup of their leukemia cells. They also hope to discover therapies that improve survival and reduce treatment-related side effects.
In addition, the grant funding will enable the Center to capitalize on research advances at the medical school in order to bring new investigational treatments into clinical trials.
A new museum dedicated to photography is now open in St. Louis. The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum is located at the Grand Center Arts District in the 3400 block of Olive. An open house with free admission and tours will be taking place until 9:00 tonight. The Photography Hall of Fame's permanent collection has over 6,000 cameras and photographic equipment spanning from the 1800's to modern day.
A Chesterfield supermarket is pulling its red grapes off the shelves after a local TV photographer spotted a black widow spider in a container of the fruit. KMOV photog Stan Kostecki purchased a container of red grapes from the Aldi store in Chesterfield on Wednesday. Aldi tells KMOV that they are conducting an investigation and offering refunds to those who purchased the grapes. Black widow spiders are native to Missouri, and although their bites are venomous, they are typically not lethal.
There's more fallout from a loaded handgun found inside a bathroom at the Missouri Capitol last month.
The aide to House Speaker Tim Jones who left that gun behind has resigned. The speaker's chief of staff, Tom Smith, confirmed Thursday that Dave Evans had resigned September 27.
Smith says he was satisfied with the corrective actions Evans agreed to after the incident but that Evans thought it was best for him to step down.
A 2011 Missouri law allows elected officials and their employees to carry concealed firearms inside the Capitol if they have permits.