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Infographic: Liquid Biopsy
DATE POSTED: 02/08/2019
PREVENT Cancer Preclinical Drug Development Program (PREVENT) supports the best ideas in cancer prevention using NCI contract resources
DATE POSTED: 01/29/2019
Infographic: Cancer Treatment-related Symptoms Co-exist
DATE POSTED: 12/10/2018
Infographic: Cognitive Problems from Cancer and Chemotherapy
DATE POSTED: 12/10/2018
Infographic: Fatigue is the Most Common Symptom Experienced by Adults and Children with Cancer
DATE POSTED: 12/10/2018
Infographic: Pain Occurs Frequently in Patients with Cancer and Has Many Causes
DATE POSTED: 12/10/2018
Cancer prevention interventions available today include: medications, lifestyle choices, treatments for infections, screening tests, vaccines, and surgery.
DATE POSTED: 10/12/2018
There are vaccines that can prevent cancer and reduce cancer risk.
DATE POSTED: 08/20/2018
Overdiagnosis occurs when screen-detected cancers are either non-growing or so slow-growing that they would never cause medical problems.
DATE POSTED: 04/23/2018
Infographic displaying percentages where CPFP alumni in 2016  gained employment: 48% in Government, 34% in Universities/Research Institutions, 9% in Private Organizations and 9% in Cancer Centers.
DATE POSTED: 08/18/2016
Medicine & other treatments are effective in preventing or reducing the nausea & vomiting during treatment.
DATE POSTED: 07/12/2016
Several kinds of medicines, in combination, may be given before, during & after treatment to control nausea and vomiting.
DATE POSTED: 07/12/2016
Medicine & other treatments are effective in preventing or reducing the nausea & vomiting during treatment.
DATE POSTED: 07/12/2016
Infographic: NCI's Early Detection Research Network and Cancer Diagnostic Tests
DATE POSTED: 06/14/2016
Women at increased risk of breast cancer have two drugs available that are proven to reduce the risk of developing invasive breast cancer.
DATE POSTED: 02/04/2016

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