In honor of 2017, we’ve put together seven cancer-fighting new year's resolutions. From screenings to sunscreen, these easy resolutions are worth keeping!
Dr. Web Cavenee and Dr. Paul B. Fisher discover a new pharmacological agent to treat glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the deadliest brain cancer.
Ongoing fundraising efforts in honor of Lucy Stanovick seek to find a cure for metastatic cancer. To date, over $200,000 has been raised in Lucy’s name.
Sarah Byrd says she owes her life to Dr. Curt Civin, a pediatric oncologist specializing in leukemia research whose work is funded by NFCR.
Researchers from UNC, Chapel Hill found a subtype of bladder cancer has the same molecular signatures as a subset of breast cancer.
NFCR President and COO, Dr. Sujuan Ba, has spent this past year traveling the world to lead efforts and collaborate with top scientists. Read about some of the conferences, people and successes in 2016.
NBTS held its annual Gray Gala and pioneers in brain tumor research were honored, including Dr. Web Cavanee, Chairman of NFCR’s Scientific Advisory Board.
Dr. Daniel Von Hoff, Director of the NFCR Center for Targeted Cancer Therapies at TGen, has been selected as a 2016 Giants of Cancer Care® by OncLive.
A method called MishCTC is being developed that will detect a molecular biomarker that is inside tumor cells but can’t be detected in normal blood cells.
Research now shows there are health-related benefits to spending time with these adorable, furry, four-legged friends.
NFCR is the recipient of a generous gift from the Geiss Estate. Since Phyllis and Tony Geiss lived extraordinary lives, we are sharing their story with you - with Sesame Street songs in our heads!
Liz Diamond, a Major Gifts Officer at NFCR, urges you to get a simple colonoscopy. She emphatically says: "Colon cancer is oftentimes preventable!"
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