A 12 year old from Georgia, rewarded for project on cancer research

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It was a good research. Stephen documented the results using a microscope that was a present from his grandparents. “The work is very interesting and has the potential to advance not only cancer research but regenerative medicine as well,” said Michael Levin, the director of Tuft’s Allen Discovery Center. He received also an invitation to visit a Tufts University research lab over his spring break. “I’d never actually been to a professional lab before so I thought that was just the most cool part (…)” Stephen said. He is decided to continue doing research. “I’m doing something important. I’m doing something that is scientific and I’m doing something that could potentially help people,” he says.

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