Last chance to view #AACR20 sessions on demand:
Presentations and posters from the two AACR Virtual Annual Meetings will remain available through Wednesday, September 30. Access is free, but registration is required.
Windy Dean-Colomb and Lewis R. Roberts @MayoClinic will discuss "Cancer Clinical Trial Inclusion and Diversity: Challenges and Opportunities" in a session at the AACR virtual conference on Cancer Health Disparities, Oct 2-4. #AACRDisp20 @ColombDean
Deadline: October 5
Submit an abstract for the AACR conference on The Evolving Tumor Microenvironment in Cancer Progression, Jan 9-12, 2021.
Research has brought tremendous progress in screening and early detection of cancer, including tests for cancers of the breast, cervix, colon, and lung.
Cancer research has brought us a new era of precision medicine: therapeutics are targeted to the molecules influencing the growth and survival of the tumor itself.
AACR Clinical Oncology Research (CORE) Training Fellowships offer a unique training opportunity to develop #ClinicalResearchers in drug development. These one-year, $100,000 fellowships provide an effective industry-academic clinical practicum.
Today, on #WorldCancerResearchDay, we remember that more than 16.9 million Americans are cancer survivors. And the cancer death rate is down 29 percent since 1991.
Today we held a virtual briefing to release the AACR Cancer Progress Report 2020 highlighting research-driven advances against cancer. Tune in to our Facebook Live rebroadcast of the briefing at 3 pm ET:
Disparities in Cancer Outcomes: Biology, Access, and Equity
Tim Rebbeck @DanaFarber will address this topic in a session at the AACR virtual conference on Cancer Health Disparities, Oct 2-4.
Preventable factors are involved in 40 percent of U.S. cancer cases, including smoking, excess body weight, consumption of alcohol, unhealthy diet, and infection with certain pathogens. These factors increase the risk of cancer.