Baylor  University has received a to study the potential of chloroquine to reduce the risk of breast cancer. The study is funded by a grant from the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Projects and administered by the U.S. Department of Defense. (Corrected: July 21, 2015) Chloroquine was taken to guard against malaria. Aralen is the name I knew for the the drug. This study group at Baylor has partnered with the National Peace Corps Association to locate women who served in the Peace Corps between 1961 and 1990.  This is not an official study of the United States Peace Corps. Here are  the important links to learn more about the study.”

This link also explains the unusual funding of the project. It was evidently approved by the Congressional Research Office and funded by a grant from the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Projects and administered by the U.S. Department of Defense. ( Funding source corrected: July 21, 2015)The Award Amount was $736,866.68. Baylor’s performance start date was May 1, 2012 and the end date is April 30, 2015. Here are the links to the NPCA articles: