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Tasty Tomatoes: Anti-Cancer Attributes & A Healthy Recipe

Tomatoes are a good source of vitamins A, C and E, and the antioxidant lycopene. Studies show that lycopene may help prevent certain types of cancers....

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The Man Who Halted the Growth of Tumors: Dr. Harold F. Dvorak

Research Then & Treatments Now: NFCR-funded scientist Dr. Dvorak's discovery helped pave the way for researchers to develop treatments to halt tumor growth....

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NFCR’s Genomics Newsroom: Using Molecular Imaging to Guide Cancer Therapy

Molecular imaging combines conventional anatomic imaging with genomic testing and enables doctors to literally see cancer at its molecular or genetic level....

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Attention Women: 6 Must-Know Facts About Cervical Cancer

It’s important to understand cervical cancer - the disease known as a “silent killer” - and what women can do to improve our chances of beating it....

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2017: The Year of Cancer Genomics

National Foundation for Cancer Research CEO Franklin Salisbury Jr. predicts: "It looks like 21st century medicine will be about cancer genomics."...

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7 Cancer-Fighting New Year’s Resolutions

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!...

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New Treatment for Glioblastoma Multiforme Developed by NFCR Scientists

Dr. Web Cavenee and Dr. Paul B. Fisher discover a new pharmacological agent to treat glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the deadliest brain cancer....

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Party4Life 2016 & the Lucy Fund

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....

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Sarah’s Story: Dr. Civin’s Cancer Research “Saved My Life”

Sarah Byrd says she owes her life to Dr. Curt Civin, a pediatric oncologist specializing in leukemia research whose work is funded by NFCR....

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NFCR’s Genomics Newsroom: Bladder Cancer Could Be Treated the Same Way as Breast Cancer

Researchers from UNC, Chapel Hill found a subtype of bladder cancer has the same molecular signatures as a subset of breast cancer....

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