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NFCR’s Dr. Web Cavenee Honored at Prestigious Gray Gala

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....

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NFCR-Funded Scientist Selected as ‘Giant of Cancer Care’

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....

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NFCR’s Genomics Newsroom: New Method to Detect Biomarkers

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....

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7 Ways Dogs Help People with Cancer

Research now shows there are health-related benefits to spending time with these adorable, furry, four-legged friends....

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A Loving Tribute to Elmo’s Friends Phyllis and Tony Geiss

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!...

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A Simple Colonoscopy Could Save Your Life

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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Taste the Cancer-Fighting Power of the Rainbow

Eating a rainbow-filled diet is a good way to make sure you’re getting a variety of vitamins and nutrients that can help prevent cancer. Check out our rainbow salsa recipe!...

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Taste the Cancer-Fighting Power of Kale

Early research shows that a diet containing the powerful antioxidant vitamin K may reduce the overall risk of cancer. Try this nutritious, delicious cancer-fighting recipe that’s perfect this time of year....

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NFCR’s Genomics Newsroom: Discovery of New Lung Cancer Mutation

The U.S. FDA approved the first and only drug to treat people with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) whose tumors express the ROS1+ mutation....

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Renal Cell Carcinoma Treatment

A new molecular discovery will allow doctors to select more effective treatment approaches based on the 9 subtypes of Renal Cell Carcinoma....

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