Grapes, Red Wine and Prostate Cancer


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Yujiang Fang, MD, PhD
Academic Pathologist and Assistant Professor, Microbiology and Immunology, Des Moines University

Yujiang Fang joined the DMU department of microbiology and immunology in December 2013. He received his MD and PhD in China and has worked as an attending urologist for years. Following postdoctoral training in pathology in Paris and postdoctoral training in immunology in Columbia, Missouri, he was a research assistant professor at the University of Missouri and adjunct assistant professor at several other universities. A member of the editorial boards of several established journals, Dr. Fang has extensive involvement in clinical, teaching and research experiences. He is interested in cancer immunotherapy, the effect of radiosensitizers on cancer and the mechanisms of resolution and fibrosis of inflammation.

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