Burning Issues in Skin Cancer Prevention

With warm weather finally here, bringing more people outdoors, it is important to remember that many cases of skin cancer, including 90 percent of cases of melanoma—the most deadly form of the disease—could be avoided by reducing or eliminating exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun, sunlamps, sunbeds, and tanning booths.

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Cancer in the Crescent City: The AACR Hosts a Community Event to Talk About Cancer in Louisiana

Many things come to mind at the mention of New Orleans—jazz, Cajun food, po’ boys, and French-inspired houses with ornate wrought-iron railings. But the Crescent City is located in Louisiana, …

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Vice President Joe Biden Speaks at the AACR Annual Meeting 2016

Vice President Joe Biden spoke at the AACR Annual Meeting 2016 about the importance of breaking silos and promoting collaborations among academics and between academia and industry to bring treatments to cancer patients faster.

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