Celebrating National Cancer Survivor Month

During the month of June, we celebrate the nearly 17 million Americans who have bravely and successfully battled cancer, to earn the designation SURVIVOR. Whether someone is still undergoing treatment or has long since won their battle against cancer, June…

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First-in-Class Drug Candidate Developed Through National Foundation for Cancer Research Funding Commences International Phase IIB Liver Cancer Clinical Trial

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 19, 2020 CONTACT: National Foundation for Cancer Research Bradley Gillenwater, Senior Director for Global Program Development E-mail: bgillenwater@nfcr.org / Phone: 301-961-9161 Three Decades of NFCR Basic and Translational Research Funding to Primary Investigator Dr. Yung-Chi Cheng…

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Skin Cancer Awareness Month: Be Proactive, Reduce Your Risk

Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States, but it is also a very preventable illness. Understand your risk and find out what steps you can take to keep your skin healthy year-round. More than 9,500…

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The Bond Between Mother and Daughter: Kathy’s Story

The bond between a mother and child is a bond unlike any other. Mothers spend years sacrificing for their children, from sleepless nights to accepting that privacy and free time are foreign concepts to a mother. Nearly every mother, however,…

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GBM AGILE – Changing the Way We Fight Brain Cancer

GBM survival rates have not improved in any meaningful way in over 30 years despite desperate efforts. Glioblastoma Multiforme, referred to simply as GBM, is the deadliest type of brain cancer. GBM is widely regarded as incurable and universally fatal,…

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