The state’s troubled Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas took steps Monday to put its house in order while it awaits the Legislature to re-open the grants pipeline.
At a regularly scheduled meeting in Austin, the agency’s oversight committee unanimously adopted new bylaws, preparing for a leadership change, and endorsed the state auditor’s 42 recommendations for improving the agency.
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