When runners cross the starting line at the AACR Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia races later this month, several will be running for a cause close to our hearts: AACR’s Runners for Research.Read More
May is National Cancer Research Month, during which the American Association for Cancer Research partners with advocacy groups, cancer centers, and research institutions to raise awareness of the high-quality, innovative …Read More
Philadelphia Eagles player Rodney McLeod he has looked to honor his grandmother’s memory by supporting the American Association for Cancer Research’s mission of preventing and curing all of the many types of cancer.Read More
Krista Holmes, who survived cancer as a child, is now an AACR Ambassador for Runners to Research. She shared her story in a blog for philly.com.Read More
Party With a Purpose will honor Penn surgeon Jeffrey Drebin and will donate funds from its gala to the American Association for Cancer Research.Read More
As the temperature soared this summer, the laps around the park became harder to endure.
When her skin chafed from radiation, her doctor told her to take it easy.
Still, Tanya Hall …
Dr. Patricia LoRusso works to find innovative therapeutics to reduce the toll of cancer on patients and their families.Read More
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) has released its 2015 Annual Report, titled “Bringing Cancer Discoveries to Patients.” This theme emphasizes the critical value of each step along the …Read More
Josette Northcott, PhD, is exploring the role that blood vessels play in the growth of tumors and the delivery of chemotherapy.Read More
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Project Genomics Evidence Neoplasia Information Exchange (GENIE) recently received funding from Genentech through a research grant.Read More