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Cancer Epidemiology Matters E-News

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August 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • How Can Prize Competitions Advance Cancer Genomics Research?
  • NCI Needs Your Input to Improve Biospecimen Resources
July 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Registration open for EGRP symposium on precision cancer screening
  • EGRP fellowships help train the next generation of epidemiologists and public health professionals
June 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • NCI Seeks Answers to Perplexing Scientific Questions in Cancer Research
  • New Meta-Analysis Resource Helps Cancer Epidemiologists Grasp the State of the Science
May 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Steps investigators need to complete to close out NIH grants
  • Recent workshop to set a research agenda for cancer and emergency medicine
April 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Changes for the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
  • NCI Prize Competition to Stimulate Innovation in Breast Cancer Genetic Epidemiology
March 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Must-See Sessions for Epidemiologists at the 2015 AACR Annual Meeting
  • Cancer Epidemiology Descriptive Cohort Database Debuts to Encourage Collaboration and Data Sharing

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Cancer Epidemiology Matters Blog

Engage in bidirectional communication with cancer epidemiologists and other interested individuals about determinants of cancer occurrence and outcomes.


August 11, 2015
The Future of Epidemiology in the Age of Precision Medicine: Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, and Beyond

July 31, 2015
Understanding the Function of Cancer Risk Variants: Challenges and Opportunities

October 28, 2014
Paths Forward in Infection-Related Epidemiologic Cancer Research

May 15, 2014
Integrating Host and Tumor Genome Data Holds Promise for Understanding Cancer Risk

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