What awful things in your cancer research might appear in "Three Days in April"--? I'm reviewing your debut novel for Perihelion Science Fiction ezine (Sept 12, 2015). Doug and Gary are great - creepy in a good way - and every character is memorable. I love the mouse chimera!
Not to get too spoilery, but the original idea for Three Days in April actually came from a project that my lab was working on--a really clever method for delivering chemo to tumor sites while sparing normal tissues. As I was doing background research for the trial, it occurred to me that with some tweaking, this idea could conceivably be put to much less altruistic ends.