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From : Dr. Ned Sharpless joined w/ directors of and on an insightful and informative commentary about redoubling efforts to help Americans . Still a big problem in our society:
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National Cancer Institute 7h
People with prostate or kidney cancer that has not responded to standard treatments may be eligible to join a clinical trial at the NIH Clinical Center:
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Cancer Epi &Genetics Oct 21
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The Childhood Cancer Data Initiative is building a community centered around childhood cancer care and research data, as advocates and researchers explain:
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National Cancer Institute 12h
Cancer treatments and cancer can cause side effects. Here's information about steps people can take to prevent or manage certain side effects:
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Ned Sharpless, MD Oct 21
New NCI-MATCH Trial report in JCO shows promise of moving to the community level. With tumor biopsy specimens from >5900 patients across >1100 sites, this is the largest trial of its kind!
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NCICancerTrials Oct 21
Join the Twitter Chat to hear from students and investigators, learn about training opportunities, and more. Follow the conversation using the hashtag on Twitter TODAY from 10:30-3:30 ET.
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NCI Global Health Oct 21
When season comes around,  fellow, Linsey Eldridge, joins colleagues to —not only for themselves but for those at risk around them.
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NCI Division of Cancer Biology Oct 21
Message from our Division Director, Dr. Dan Gallahan:
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NCI Disparities Oct 21
The CURE Distinguished Scholars Seminars (DSS) recognize outstanding former CURE scholars and their research. 🚨 Today, Dr. Cathrine Hoyo of presents the next lecture in the CURE DSS.
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National Cancer Institute Oct 21
There are many types of cancer treatment. The types of treatment that you receive will depend on the type of cancer you have and how advanced it is:
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National Cancer Institute Oct 20
Hello and thank you for your question. Please feel free to email our Public Inquiries staff at nciinfo@nih.gov. Take care.
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NCI Cancer Data Science Oct 20
Join the Seminar Series this Thursday, Oct. 22 to learn more about creating a network of linked databases to provide quick & comprehensive tumor profiling.
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Ned Sharpless, MD Oct 20
During the pandemic, getting your flu shot is more important than ever. I got a not only to protect myself, but also those around me, and to help reduce the burden on our healthcare system.
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NCI Center for Cancer Research Oct 20
A new for metastatic genitourinary cancers, led by is recruiting patients. Learn more at:
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National Cancer Institute Oct 20
Some people with advanced stomach cancers may live longer if they are initially treated with nivolumab (Opdivo) and chemotherapy:
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National Cancer Institute Oct 20
The FIRST program will support institutions in hiring diverse cohorts of research faculty who have demonstrated a strong commitment to promoting diversity and inclusive excellence:
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National Cancer Institute Oct 20
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, here are some questions you may want to ask your doctor before deciding on your cancer treatment:
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Francis S. Collins Oct 19
As we see cases rise, it is important to remember the 3Ws to reduce the spread – Wear a mask; Watch your distance; Wash your hands often. Here’s more on the science of wearing a mask on my blog:
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National Cancer Institute Oct 19
The Cancer Moonshot Biobank is a 5-year project to learn more about cancer with the help of participants who donate samples as they receive treatment:
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