AACR Meeting Highlights Recent Advances in Pediatric Cancer Research

Pediatric cancer, while rare, is a devastating diagnosis that is estimated to affect over 11,000 children in the United States in 2019. Among those diagnosed between birth and age 14, more than 1,000 are anticipated to die from the disease this year. The most common types of cancer in this age group are leukemias, brain and other central nervous system (CNS) tumors, and lymphomas.

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Highlighting Pediatric Preclinical Drug Testing at the Annual Meeting 2018

The AACR’s Pediatric Cancer Working Group, which now boasts over 2,500 members, will hold a special scientific session at the Annual Meeting, where ongoing advances and existing challenges in cancer research will be discussed through the pediatric lens.

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Catching Childhood Cancers Early: Insights Into the AACR Childhood Cancer Predisposition Workshop

There is perhaps nothing more painful for parents than receiving a cancer diagnosis for their child. Childhood cancers are generally rare, and in the United States, the death rates have …

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