Precision Oncology is helping NCI treat cancer based on specific genetic changes in a patient's tumor by allowing them to target mutations that will lower toxicity and improve overall effectiveness of the treatment.
Researchers are honing in on modernizing therapy for rare cancers that affect children.
New self-sampling technologies screening for HPV could help increase access and reduce cervical cancer among underserved and high-burden populations.
The competition aims to incorporate modern tools and data science into practice to enhance patients' quality of life.
Multi-cancer detection tests could be the key to finding certain cancers earlier, screening for multiple cancers at one time and boosting overall survival rates.
Health researchers are applying psychology and emerging technologies to help better track melanoma incidents, assess UV exposure and promote sun safety policies in schools.
The Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Program is kicking off new data initiatives to improve the diagnosis, treatment and outcomes of cancer.
The National Cancer Institute's Center for Global Health is embracing health equity and developing new technologies to advance cancer research and decrease cancer deaths worldwide.
White House Cancer Moonshot Coordinator breaks down a flight path for the future of cancer care transformation.
NCI is studying the relationship between cancer and aging to help survivors lead longer, healthier lives.
NCI is researching the role of telehealth in cancer care and developing best practices for continued integration.
The SBIR center takes a comprehensive approach to fostering underrepresented small businesses.
The Office of Cancer Survivorship takes a comprehensive look at cancer survivor care.
NCI is pushing the "bench to bedside" paradigm to bring medical advances into the clinic.
NCI's ANCHOR study discovered that early treatment of precancerous lesions can cut anal cancer rates by more than half in people with HIV.
An NCI study examines the crossroads between cancer and COVID-19 diagnoses.
A recent NCI study explores new immunotherapy treatment for metastatic breast cancer.
The legislation set the foundation for the future of the war against cancer.
NCI’s SEER and CIS programs encourage ongoing engagement to further data sharing goals.