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A unique combination of degrees allows Gardner-Webb University alum William Payne (‘14) to work extensively in designing targeted therapy for cancer patients. With support from the Gardner-Webb faculty, Payne, who is from Pendleton, Ind., completed majors in chemistry and computer science with minors in mathematics and biology. His doctoral research in biomedical engineering at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., gives doctors more tools to treat breast and pancreatic cancers.
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Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb Graduate Working to Refine Treatments for Cancer Patients" (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1014.