Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
bpwinkon Nov 1
Thirteen of the 20 most common cancers in women showed decreases in mortality 來自
Reply Retweet Like
wangminghu Oct 20
Downward trends in mortality (cancer death rates) are the gold standard for evidence of progress against cancer. 来自
Reply Retweet Like
Musica_2016 Sep 11
During 2012 to 2016, the three most common causes of cancer death among men age 20-49 were colorectal, lung and bronchus, and brain and other nervous system and among women were breast, lung and bronchus, and colorectal. vía
Reply Retweet Like
Ned Sharpless, MD Dec 18
In FY2019, we plan to increase support for research project grants, stay true to the vision of , & prioritize training. In my Cancer Currents blog post about the FY2019 budget, I explain how we’ll do it.
Reply Retweet Like
MCW Brain & Spine Tumor Program Jun 20
Cancer death rates declined for men, women, and children. via
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Zloza, MD, PhD Sep 5
NCI budget proposal for FY2021 -- with an amazing goal of raising R01 funding from 8th to 15th percentile! Great initiative by (and hopefully one in a series of steps that will get funding up into the 30s) - via
Reply Retweet Like
NCI Epidemiology Oct 21
Check out a new collection of observational data from including surveys, registries, cohorts, and more, to help scientists answer key questions.
Reply Retweet Like
Health Disparities Dec 13
Minority health disparities underlined Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer series: “The Science of Minority Health and Health Disparities: NIMHD Perspective” with our Director, Dr. Pérez-Stable! Learn more:
Reply Retweet Like
Aubree Thelen Oct 9
. shared their proposed budget for FY2021 and showed how in the last 5 years, they've received 50% more grant applications. This is why we make funding a priority! More research gets us closer to a cure!
Reply Retweet Like
NCI CTEP Clinical Research Sep 12
Replying to @NCICTEP_ClinRes
Through partnerships with industry, NCI provides rapid access to therapeutic agents for use in preclinical and clinical studies via the NCI Formulary
Reply Retweet Like
Mario M. Leitao, Jr May 31
Between 2012 and 2016, cervix cancer death rate with average annual DECREASE of 0.7%! via
Reply Retweet Like
NCI Media Relations May 30
This year’s Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer shows that cancer death rates continue to decrease in men, women, and children for all major racial and ethnic groups.
Reply Retweet Like
Ned Sharpless, MD Nov 8
Home is where the heart is.
Reply Retweet Like
National Cancer Institute Oct 15
NCI offers a number of training and funding mechanisms to support individuals and research teams as they pursue new discoveries and technologies to overcome cancer.
Reply Retweet Like
SelfMade Health Oct 10
"Despite progress, too many cancers are not prevented, detected early, or treated successfully." via
Reply Retweet Like
Piyush Kumar Agarwal Jun 5
Between 2011 and 2015, six of the 18 most common cancers in women showed decreases in incidence via importantly decreased in both genders and may be related to drop in smoking rates
Reply Retweet Like
NCI Prevention 3h
More than 1,000 community sites, local hospitals, physician practices, and other organizations participate in .
Reply Retweet Like
Susan Giuliani Sep 24
Proud to support colleagues dedicated to making advances in cancer research, prevention, and treatment!
Reply Retweet Like
Prime Global Jun 3
Between 2012 and 2016, overall cancer death rates decreased by an average of 1.8 percent per year for men and an average of 1.4 percent per year for women. via
Reply Retweet Like
NCI_ImplSci Oct 2
infographic explains concepts at the core of implementation science: 'What are innovations? What are the implementation challenges?' through to 'What are the desired ?':
Reply Retweet Like