How Mouse Models Pave the Way to Precision Cancer Medicine

The AACR is holding a special conference, Advances in Modeling Cancer in Mice: Technology, Biology, and Beyond, in Orlando, Florida, September 24-27. This conference will highlight recent advances in the design and implementation of genetically engineered mouse models of cancer.

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Advances in Pancreatic Cancer Research: Q&A With Christine Iacobuzio-Donahue, MD, PhD

This week, scientists from around the world will convene in Orlando, Florida, as the AACR hosts a conference titled Pancreatic Cancer: Advances in Science and Clinical Care. The conference will include discussion on the biological mechanisms of pancreatic cancer, drug development, epidemiology and risk factors, patient perspectives, and more.

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What Can AACR Do to Prevent Cancer? Insights From the AACR Cancer Prevention Summit

With the theme of “Shaping the Future of Cancer Prevention: A Roadmap for Integrative Cancer Science and Public Health,” the recent summit hosted by the AACR convened a diverse array of 70 experts from a wide range of advocacy organizations, academic institutions, government agencies, and pharmaceutical companies to discuss the current status, challenges, and future areas of promise that exist in their respective fields of cancer prevention sciences.

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The Cost of Cancer Disparities

The AACR’s disparities conference covered a wide array of issues this year, from the biological factors that make some racial and ethnic groups especially prone to certain types of cancer, to intriguing new ways to improve prevention and detection, to the cost of cancer disparities.

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